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Title: UKERC Review of Evidence for the Rebound Effect: Technical Report 4: Computable general equilibrium modelling studies: Working Paper
Author(s): Allan, Grant
Gilmartin, Michelle
Turner, Karen
McGregor, Peter G
Swales, J Kim
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Citation: Allan G, Gilmartin M, Turner K, McGregor PG & Swales JK (2007) UKERC Review of Evidence for the Rebound Effect: Technical Report 4: Computable general equilibrium modelling studies: Working Paper.
Issue Date: 31-Oct-2007
Date Deposited: 8-Feb-2013
Publisher: UK Energy Research Centre (UKERC)
Abstract: First paragraph: The impact of energy efficiency improvements may permeate throughout an economy, leading to a series of adjustments in the production and consumption of different goods and services. These adjustments cannot be adequately captured within a partial equilibrium framework but may be explored through the use of Computable General Equilibrium (CGE) models of the macro-economy. CGE models are widely used in the investigation of energy and climate policy, partly as a consequence of the ready availability of modelling frameworks and associated benchmark data. However, these models have rarely been used to study economy-wide rebound effects, despite their apparent suitability for this purpose.
Type: Working Paper
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Affiliation: University of Strathclyde
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