Sectoral and Economy-Wide Effects of Domestic Energy Price Reforms in Saudi Arabia
Shreekar Pradhan and
Axel Pierru ()
Discussion Papers from King Abdullah Petroleum Studies and Research Center
Administered energy prices have played a key role in Saudi Arabia’s socio-economic development. However, they have numerous adverse effects because they induce a wasteful use of energy resources. Over recent years, Saudi Arabia has reformed its administered energy pricing, as part of its broader objective to reform its economy in accordance with Saudi Vision 2030, its blueprint for economic diversification.
Keywords: Energy Market regulation and reform; Energy Policy; Energy Subsidies (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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