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Title: DECOMPOSITION ANALYSIS APPLIED TO ENERGY AND EMISSIONS: SOME METHODOLOGICAL ISSUES
Authors: WANG HUI
ORCID iD:   orcid.org/0000-0003-3272-2887
Keywords: Energy consumption, Energy-related carbon emissions, Index decomposition analysis, Structural decomposition analysis
Issue Date: 14-Jul-2017
Source: WANG HUI (2017-07-14). DECOMPOSITION ANALYSIS APPLIED TO ENERGY AND EMISSIONS: SOME METHODOLOGICAL ISSUES. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.
Abstract: Climate change has been a global concern. An important question in combating climate change is to understand the driving forces of changes in energy use and CO2 emissions. Decomposition analysis, which consists of index decomposition analysis (IDA) and structural decomposition analysis (SDA), has been widely applied for this purpose. This thesis deals with some methodological issues of IDA and SDA when they are applied to energy and emissions. We examine some important properties of decomposition methods in IDA and SDA, propose some new IDA and SDA models to evaluate energy and emission performances, investigate the similarities and differences between IDA and SDA, establish a linkage between the two techniques, and further study the integration of IDA and I-O analysis which provides the basis of SDA. The research helps to improve the methodologies of IDA and SDA and promote their application in energy and emission performance analysis and assessment.
URI: http://scholarbank.nus.edu.sg/handle/10635/137753
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