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Type: Thesis
Title: Electricity Consumption and Economic Growth in China: Assessing Granger Causality at Provincial, Electricity-Market and National Levels
Author: Xenophon, Aleksis
Issue Date: 2015
School/Discipline: School of Economics
Abstract: The following thesis investigates the relationship between electricity consumption and economic growth in China over the period 1985-2012. Long and short run Granger causal relationships between these variables are ascertained by applying a vector error correction model to national, electricity-market, and provincial-level data. A comparison is then made between the relationships obtained from these different datasets. The results suggest that a large amount of information is lost as a result of aggregation, with data at the national and electricity-market levels being unable to accurately reflect prevailing relationships observed at the provincial level. This observation is particularly relevant given the predominance of national level studies found in the literature.
Dissertation Note: Thesis (B.Ec.(Hons)) -- University of Adelaide, School of Economics, 2017
Keywords: Honours; Economics
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