Energy Consumption in Hungary: An Ex Post Analysis
Julia Király () and
The Energy Journal, 1985, vol. Volume 6, issue Number 3, 115-125
This paper analyzes the causes of the recent stagnation of Hungary's gross energy consumption. Applying a dynamic method, we estimate the effect of three factors: reduced growth, structural adjustment, and energy conservation. After an explanation of the methodology and a description of the estimating procedures, we discuss our results and offer some conclusions. Individual equations are contained in the appendix.
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