Energy Efficiency in China: Regulation, Deliberation and CapacityBuilding in State-Owned Enterprises
This thesis looks at the regulation of energy efficiency in giant Chinese state-owned enterprises (SOEs) operating in refining and petrochemicals. It asks what factors firms respond to and why, as they seek to become more energy efficient. Using the framework of regulatory theory, the thesis identifies factors that affect energy efficiency regulation in these SOEs in four cities: Xi'an, Shanghai, Luoyang and Ningbo. The thesis seeks to understand how three broad groups: regulators,...[Show more]
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