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|Additional Physical Format:||Print version:
Bohi, Douglas R.
Analyzing Demand Behavior : A Study of Energy Elasticities.
Hoboken : Taylor and Francis, ©2013
|Material Type:||Document, Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Internet Resource, Computer File|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Douglas R Bohi
|Description:||1 online resource (196 pages).|
|Contents:||Cover; Half Title; Title Page; Copyright Page; Original Title Page; Original Copyright Page; Table of Contents; Foreword; Acknowledgments; 1 Introduction; 2 Estimating the Demand for Energy: Issues and Methodologies; The Concept of Demand; Individual Demand Functions; Market Demand Functions; Definitions of Elasticities; Dynamics of Demand for Energy Products; Reduced-Form Fuel Consumption Models; Structural Demand Models; Comparing Model Specifications; Aggregation and Measurement Problems; The Identification Problem; Interdependence of Fuel Prices and Quantitie. The Supply of Fuel-Using EquipmentDisequilibrium Markets; Functional Forms and Related Estimation Problems; Separating Influences Acting on Demand; Concluding Remark; 3 Demand for Electricity; Residential Electricity Demand; Reduced-Form Models; Structural Demand Models; Conclusions on Residential Demand for Electricity; Commercial Demand for Electricity; Industrial Demand for Electricity; Aggregate Industrial Demand; Demand by Industrial Categories; Conclusions on Industrial Demand; 4 Demand for Natural Gas; Residential and Commercial Gas Demand; Static Consumption Models. Dynamic Consumption ModelsFuel Shares Models; Structural Models; Conclusions on Residential and Commercial Gas Demand; Industrial Demand for Natural Gas; Manufacturing Demand for Natural Gas; Fuel Substitution in Electric Power Generation; Conclusions on Industrial Demand; 5 Demand for Petroleum Products; Transportation Demand; Gasoline Demand; Conclusions on Gasoline Demand; Other Transportation Fuels; Residential and Commercial Demand for Fuel Oil; Industrial Demand for Fuel Oil; 6 Demand for Coal; Problems of Estimating Coal Demand; Demand for Coal by Electric Utilities. Demand for Coal in ManufacturingConclusion; 7 Summary and Conclusions; Estimation Problems; Capturing the Dynamics of Demand; Determining the Level of Aggregation; Separating the Determinants of Demand; Separating Supply and Demand Effects; Estimation Form and Method; Measures of Price Elasticities; Electricity; Natural Gas; Gasoline; Fuel Oil; Coal; Caveat Emptor; The Data; The Concept; The Application; References; Index.|
|Series Title:||RFF Energy Policy Set.|
'This work provides a very good summary of some of the available empirical work done on energy demand and, as such, would serve as a very good reference.' Choice