Energy and economic development: underlying macroeconomic and institutional factors
Energy technologies and mixes have recently begun to change. For instance, there have been high recent growth rates in solar and wind energy consumption. This is important because affordable and clean energy is a crucial contributor to economic development. There are many impacts of energy on economic development through social, health, economic, and environmental channels. This thesis investigates the underlying macroeconomic and institutional factors that...[Show more]
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