The Short-Run Residential Demand for Natural Gas
Robert Gillingham and
The Energy Journal, 1982, vol. Volume 3, issue Number 1, 59-72
Effective and efficient energy conservation policy requires accurate and comprehensive estimates of residential energy demand parameters. These parameter estimates are among the most important inputs into informed policy decisions. In turn, accurate estimation of energy demand parameters requires realistic modeling of the consumer's demand behavior, detailed information on energy consumption, and careful treatment of any econometric problems created by the model and data base.
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