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Energy Economics: Modeling and Empirical Analysis in China / Edition 1

Energy Economics: Modeling and Empirical Analysis in China / Edition 1


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ISBN-13: 9781439811214
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Publication date: 08/19/2009
Pages: 320
Product dimensions: 7.00(w) x 10.10(h) x 0.80(d)

Table of Contents

Review of Energy Development in China

World Energy Development

Energy Production in China

Energy Consumption in China

Energy Consumption, Resources and Economy in Regions

Structural Relationship between Chinese Energy and Economic Growth

The Cointegration and Causality between Chinese GDP and Energy Consumption

Energy Intensity and Economic Structure of China

Energy Structure and Energy Efficiency in China


Analysis and Forecasting of Energy Supply and Demands in China

Forecasting of Energy Requirements in 2020

Economic Analysis of Coal Supply System


Fluctuation in Oil Markets and Policy Study

The Characteristics of International Petroleum Price Fluctuation

Analysis of the Co-Movement between Chinese and International Crude Oil Prices

Analyses of the Features of the Changes in China’s Crude Oil and Its Products

The Impact of Rising International Crude Oil Price on China’s Economy

Forecast of International Oil Price

Study of Chinese Oil Pricing Mechanism


Energy,Environment and CO2 Abatement in China

Challenges and Opportunities in Kyoto Era

Characteristics of Carbon Emissions Trend in China

Impact of Population, Economic Growth and Technology on CO2 Emissions

Impact of Lifestyle on Energy Use and CO2 Emissions

Forecasting China’s CO2 Emissions in 2020


Strategic Petroleum Reserves and National Energy Security

China’s Energy Security

Study on Optimal Scale of Chinese Strategic Petroleum Reserves

Risk Assessment of Oil Imports and Countermeasures

Policy Suggestions on China’s Energy Security


Energy Technology and Its Policy

Paradigm Transitions of Energy Technological Change

Oil Shocks and Energy R&D Expenditures Reaction Patterns

Energy R&D Expenditures in Technology Dimension

The Substitution Routes of Energy in China and the Policy Analysis on Renewable Energy

Policy Suggestions for China’s Energy Technology


China Energy Outlook

Total Energy Consumption: Large Amount, Rapid Growth, Large Regional Differences

Oil Imports Become Diversified, Imports Risk Reduces Gradually, and SPR Scale Increases Incrementally

Coal Supply and Demand Are Basically Balanced, Clean Energy Is Developed, and Consumption Patterns Are

Energy Efficiency Is Improved Steadily, Energy Conservation Potential Is Tremendous, and Technological
Progress Is the Key

Total Emissions Continue to Expand, and the Industrial Structure Goes toward a Carbon-Intensive Trend.
The Impact of Consumer Behavior Should Not Be Underestimated

Energy Strategies and Policies Should Highlight International Cooperation, Diversification, and



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