Fuel choices in rural Maharashtra
We report on and analyze the results of an energy use survey in two tribal villages in rural Maharashtra, India. Though there is significant heterogeneity between the effects of the variables in the two villages there are some robust results. We find modest evidence for the ‘energy ladder’ hypothesis and that use of higher quality energy sources reduces total energy use, ceteris paribus. Income elasticities of fuel use are small. Additionally, we demonstrate that household size, stove...[Show more]
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|Source:||Biomass and Bioenergy 70 (2014): 302-314|
|Gregory and Stern Fuel choices 2014.pdf||576.49 kB||Adobe PDF|
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