Analysis of Macroeconomic Impacts of Energy Security Improvements in Asia
- Taylor & Francis
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- Routledge Handbook of Energy Economics, 2020, pp. 129 - 150
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This chapter analyzes the macroeconomic impacts of energy security improvements in Asia, with particular emphasis on the trade-offs that policy makers may like to consider while designing policies to redress the energy security challenge in the region. This analysis is based on estimates of impacts obtained from the application of the methodology described in Chapter 31. The cases in point for the analysis are provided by seven major Asian countries (China, India, Indonesia, Japan, Korea, Malaysia, and Thailand). This chapter is organized as follows. Section 2 analyzes the macroeconomic impacts of energy security improvements for the three scenarios, namely, Country Policy (CP), Country Aspiration (CA), and Sustainable Development (SD), as described in Chapter 31. Section 3 further extends this analysis to identify major policy trade-offs. Section 4 presents some broad conclusions of the chapter.
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