Estimating direct and indirect rebound effects by supply-driven input-output model: A case study of Taiwan's industry
Szu-Chi Fu and
Energy, 2016, vol. 115, issue P1, 904-913
Most existing literature focuses on the direct rebound effect on the demand side for consumers. This study analyses direct and indirect rebound effects in Taiwan's industry from the perspective of producers. However, most studies on the producers' viewpoint may overlook inter-industry linkages. This study applies a supply-driven input-output model to quantify the magnitude of rebound effects by explicitly considering inter-industry linkages.
Keywords: Direct rebound effect; Indirect rebound effect; Energy efficiency; Inter-industry linkage; Supply-driven input-output model (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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