Weber, Christoph; Schnabl, Hermann:
Environmentally important intersectoral flows: Insights from main contributions identification and minimal flow analysis
1998
In: Economic Systems Research, Jg. 10 (1998), Heft 4, S. 337
Artikel/Aufsatz in Zeitschrift / Fach: Wirtschaftswissenschaften
Titel:
Environmentally important intersectoral flows: Insights from main contributions identification and minimal flow analysis
Autor(in):
Weber, Christoph im Online-Personal- und -Vorlesungsverzeichnis LSF anzeigen; Schnabl, Hermann
Erscheinungsjahr:
1998
Erschienen in:
Economic Systems Research, Jg. 10 (1998), Heft 4, S. 337
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Abstract:

Analyzes economic interdependence from an environmental perspective using a monetary-energy input-output model and a partitioning procedure. Role of energy in the economy; Application of a method for identifying the main contributors; Use of the minimal flow analysis as a graphical method to detect energetic interconnections.; Analyzes economic interdependence from an environmental perspective using a monetary-energy input-output model and a partitioning procedure. Role of energy in the economy; Application of a method for identifying the main contributors; Use of the minimal flow analysis as a graphical method to detect energetic interconnections.