Energy's role in competitiveness: Context and strategy
This study of competitiveness has three objectives. The first objective is to explain how macroeconomic and microeconomic factors can affect structural change in the US economy and how energy is linked to these factors. The second objective is to provide an explanation of how many individual decision makers, in responding to higher energy prices, have changed the structure of the economy. This structural change, and the effect it has had on energy use, is estimated for the US economy. A major component of these changes results from changes in US trade with other countries, which gives rise to the third objective. The third objective is to develop a research design that will allow a better understanding of the role that energy plays in the competitiveness of goods in world trade. 30 refs., 11 figs., 5 tabs.
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- 29 ENERGY PLANNING, POLICY AND ECONOMY; ENERGY MANAGEMENT; COMPETITION; RESOURCE MANAGEMENT; ECONOMIC ANALYSIS; CAPITAL; COMMERCIAL SECTOR; DATA ACQUISITION; DEVELOPED COUNTRIES; DEVELOPING COUNTRIES; EFFICIENCY; ENERGY CONSUMPTION; ENERGY SOURCES; EXPORTS; FORECASTING; GLOBAL ASPECTS; IMPLEMENTATION; IMPORTS; INDUSTRY; INVESTMENT; MARKETING; MISSION ANALYSIS; MODIFICATIONS; PLANNING; PRODUCTIVITY; RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT; STRUCTURAL MODELS; TECHNOLOGY ASSESSMENT; TRADE; USA; VARIATIONS; ECONOMICS; MANAGEMENT; NORTH AMERICA 290200* -- Energy Planning & Policy-- Economics & Sociology; 290500 -- Energy Planning & Policy-- Research, Development, Demonstration, & Commercialization
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