The Demand for Oil Products in Developing Countries, Parts 63-359
Dermot Gately, Shane S. Streifel
World Bank Publications, Jan 1, 1997 - Business & Economics - 88 pages
World Bank Discussion Paper No. 354. Promoting a high savings rate is high on the World Bank's agenda for promoting national income growth. This study surveys broad saving trends worldwide, summarizes current knowledge about savings and consumption, identifies main unresolved issues, and outlines the major policy questions to be researched. The paper include case studies from Sub-Saharan Africa, China, Colombia, India, Mexico, and Pakistan.
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1993 Snapshots 37 countries 37 developing countries Algeria Asia Bangladesh biomass Brazil Changes from 1971 Chile China coal Colombia consumed crude oil declined Demand Equations demand response diesel econometric results Ecuador electric power energy and oil Figure FSU & EE Fuel Shares government policies growth rates heavy fuel oil Hong Kong household fuels hydro important income changes income elasticity income growth India Indonesia Israel Jamaica jet fuel kerosene Long-run Elasticities modern energy modern fuels naphtha natural gas OECD OECD countries oil price increases oil product demand oil-exporting countries oil's share OPEC & Mexico per-capita energy consumption per-capita income per-capita oil consumption per-capita oil demand Peru petroleum population real income relatively response to income Saudi Arabia sector share of electric share of energy Singapore ſºl South Africa South Korea statistically significant subsidies Taiwan tons/person total oil consumption traditional fuels transportation oil Venezuela xeº
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