Economy & Energy
Year IX -No 61:
 April-May
2007 
ISSN 1518-2932

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Has the Deregulation of Electricity Reached its Limit?

Liberalization, Imports and Economic Growth in Latin America

Evaluation of Emissions that Contribute to the Greenhouse Effect using the "Bottom-Up" Process of Coefficients

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Opinion:

Has the Deregulation of Electricity Reached its Limit?

Christian Stoffaës

The Electric Sector has undergone a vigorous deregulation process in several countries. Supply crisis and the long-term nature of energy investments have cast doubts on the adopted model. The author proposes some considerations on the problem and suggests the existence of a “third path”.

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Liberalization, Imports and Economic Growth in Latin America

Marcos Souza 

The impact of commercial liberalization on the imports flow and on economic growth (income and productivity) of 18 Latin American economies in the 1950-2004 period is analyzed

Results of the e&e OSCIP  Study:

Evaluation of Emissions that Contribute to the Greenhouse Effect using the "Bottom-Up" Process of Coefficients

Carlos Feu Alvim, Frida Eidelman,

Olga Mafra, Omar C. Ferreira e Rafael Macêdo

Emissions data calculated for the1990-1999 period are revised so that carbon mass is conserved in the emitted gases. The coefficients for the period are extrapolated to calculate emissions of the previous and subsequent years of the period

 

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