Constructing energy accounts for WIOD 2016 release
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Most of today's products and services are made in global supply chains. As a result, a consumption of goods and services in one country is associated with various environmental pressures all over the world due to international trade. Advances in global multi-region input-output models have allowed researchers to draw detailed, international supply-chain connections between production and consumptions activities and associated environmental impacts. Due to a limited data availability there is little evidence about the more recent trends in global energy footprint. In order to expand the analytical potential of the existing WIOD 2016 dataset to a wider range of research themes, this paper develops energy accounts and presents the global energy footprint trends for the period 2000-2014.
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