5 edition of econometric model of the export sector found in the catalog.
|Statement||L. Alan Winters.|
|Series||Cambridge studies in applied econometrics ;, 4, Cambridge studies in applied econometrics ;, no. 4.|
|LC Classifications||HF3506.5 .W56|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 251 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||251|
|LC Control Number||80041565|
An econometric model for the disaggregation of state-level electricity demand forecasts to the service area developed by Oak Ridge National Laboratory ORNL is presented. However, the elasticities estimated by REED for the industrial sector tend to be higher than those estimated for the total state. If you are a registered author of this item, you may also want to check the "citations" tab in your RePEc Author Service profile, as there may be some citations waiting for confirmation. The objective of this dissertation is two fold: 1 to investigate the long-run sensitivities of energy demand to price changes, and the degree of interfactor and interfuel substitution possibilities in the Korean industrial and residential sectors; and 2 to examine in what way and to what extent the energy aspects conflict with overall development objectives in Korea. The forecasts of the cooperatives' electricity demand are estimated for six sets of input assumptions, These projections give a range of total demand growth between 5.
Economists commonly employ such calculations in the process of providing advice to businesses and units of government. The commercial model by Mount, Chapman, and Tyrrell was tested. Her paper co-authored with Dr. The taxes collected depend on the tax rates in the income tax laws. This implies that the application of regional or state growth rates to some particular service areas may be inappropriate.
Further validation of the Version I model was conducted through ex post forecasting in the post-sample years of and Therefore, formulation of future energy demand management policy should be two dimensional: restructuring of the industrial mix with more emphasis on improvement of energy use efficiency; and changes in the traditional energy pricing policy. Nautiyal 6. The volumes will act as ready references for policymakers, bureaucrats, scientists, academicians, researchers and students not only for the state but also for all the Himalayan states of the country and abroad.
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She has completed two Uttarakhand planning department sponsored SSS research projects which have been well received at the policy level. About the Author Saul H. Forecasts have been made for the period to Its basic approach is as follows: seven industries constituting the major consumers of electricity are selected for individual analysis.
Two types of dynamic models are estimated, logarithmic flow-adjustment models in which appliance stocks do not appear explicitly, and stock-adjustment models in which they do. For technical questions regarding this item, or to correct its authors, title, abstract, bibliographic or download information, contact:.
The results are as follows: 1 Energy and capital are weak substitutes in the energy intensive manufacturing subsectors. Explanatory variables representing the capital stock of energy using equipment in the commercial sector and the availability of natural gas are included in the aggregate energy econometric model of the export sector book and fuel choice models to improve their specification.
Rita Ray was selected in the American Economic Association. The development of a forecasting model of annual electrical-energy sales for the Rural Electrification Administration REA borrowers is discussed.
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The econometrician then turns to the observed data—the facts—to estimate the unknown parameter values and turn the economic model into a structural econometric model. Most econometric forecasters believe that economic judgment can and should be used not only to determine values for exogenous variables an obvious requirementbut also to reduce the likely size of model error.
The construction of a data base which reflects the cooperatives' service areas is described. The historic difference in the growth rate of electricity demand is reflected in the forecasted future growth rates generated by the model.
In addition, household and commercial distillate fuel oil use is differentiated on a state-by-state basis. Economic theories are both complex and incomplete.
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In general, the results of the study justify modeling the commercial sector apart from the residential sector.The econometric forecasting model is a tool that reveals relationships among economic variables to forecast future developments. The concept introduces this term by briefly describing the development and history of the model and exploring its strengths and weaknesses.
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