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The role of energy and development in emerging regions

Justin Dargin

The role of energy and development in emerging regions

essays on energy, development and climate change

by Justin Dargin

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Published by Nova Science Publishers in Hauppauge, N.Y .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Energy policy,
  • Economic development,
  • Environmental policy,
  • Energy industries

  • Edition Notes

    Includes index.

    StatementJustin Dargin
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHD9502.D442 D37 2011
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25077068M
    ISBN 109781612097756
    LC Control Number2011003799

    One of the least understood but potentially important trends in the energy field is how emerging economies’ development priorities are shaping energy markets. Downloadable! Physics shows that energy is necessary for economic production and, therefore, economic growth but the mainstream theory of economic growth, except for specialized resource economics models, pays no attention to the role of energy. This paper reviews the relevant biophysical theory and mainstream, resource economics, and ecological economics models of growth.

    Technology development requires investment from both the public and private sector. Public sector R&D has played an important catalytic role in developing some of the key technologies of the 20th century, including aeronautics, electronics, and nuclear power. It will also need to play a role in the transition to low-carbon energy Size: KB. Regional Economic Development: A Review SEARCH WP01/03 3 appear to be even more relevant in the case of developing and emerging countries, where only a limited set of locations shows the capability to spur economic growth, while the rest seems to stagnate or Size: KB.

    Overall, at least billion people—one-fourth of the world’s population—currently live without electricity and this number has hardly changed in absolute terms since And yet, the electricity required for people to read at night, pump a minimal amount of drinking water and listen to radio broadcasts would amount to less than 1 percent of overall global energy by: review of the issues related to the impact of FDI on development covering aspects such as economic growth, technology transfer, human capital, competition, corporate governance and environment. It reviews the policies needed to maximise the benefits. It is to be released in October OVERVIEW OVERVIEW Foreign Direct Investment for DevelopmentFile Size: KB.


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