Competitive Bioeconomy? Comparing Bio-based and Non-bio-based Primary Sectors of the World
Raphael Asada and
Ecological Economics, 2018, vol. 149, issue C, 120-128
Bioeconomy as a political-economic concept proposes the replacement of fossil resources by bio-based resources in order to address climate change mitigation and counteract resource depletion. The aim of this paper is to figure out how competitiveness across primary sectors, i.e. sector A, bio-based agriculture, forestry and fishing, and sector B, non-bio-based mining and quarrying, is distributed across geographical regions and how it changes over time.
Keywords: Bioeconomy; Primary sector; Raw material; Total output at basic prices; Competitiveness; Constant market share analysis (CMS) (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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