Authors: M. Hashem Pesaran,

Energy Demand in Asian Developing Economies

The Oxford Institute for Energy Studies is delighted to publish a major book which addresses a crucial international policy problem – the future of energy demand in Asia – a region which is crucial to world energy markets and to the fight against climate change.

Before 1997, these economies were the fastest growing in the world. Now with financial crises wracking the region, world energy markets have been thrown into turmoil. The future energy demand of Asian developing states will have major ramifications for international efforts to combat global warming.

Energy Demand in Asian Developing Economies analyses future energy demand in this critical region, and assesses the likely implications of demand profiles for the future of global energy markets and the world economy.

This study will be of interest to all those involved in the energy industry, regional specialists, economists and econometricians.

Contents

  1. Introduction
  2. Measurement Issues and Energy Use
  3. Modeling Energy Demand
  4. Dynamic Specifications
  5. Econometric Methods for Pooling
  6. Aggregate Demand for Energy
  7. Sectoral Energy Demand
  8. Inter-Fuel Substitutions
  9. Industrial Demand for Energy
  10. Forecasting Energy Demand
  11. Conclusions

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