Unbelievable but True â€” Improved Cook-stoves are not Helpful in Reducing Firewood Demand in Nepal
Mani Nepal (),
Apsara Nepal and
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This paper analyzes the effect of different types of cook-stoves on firewood demand at the household level. Nationally representative household data from Nepal is used for the study. [SANDEE Working Paper No. 51 - 10].
Keywords: cook stoves; nepal; household; firewood; demand; Firewood consumption; Mud stove; Deforestation; Open-fire stove; data; health problems; gree house gas emission (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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