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Sustainable Long Term Energy Scenario of Asia: An Experiement of Non Nuclear Energy Strategies in Japan, China and India
Temple University of Japan
In Resources, Conservation and Recycling
This study investigates how markets for different levels of copper purity are interrelated by testing the long-run price linkage and causalities among the copper futures, primary, copper scrap, and brass scrap markets. It is expected that copper markets that deal with high purity levels, such as the futures, primary, and copper scrap markets, have...
In Resources Policy
This study tests whether an international market exists in the platinum-group metal (PGM) futures markets. For this purpose, we tested the law of one price (LOP) and the causality between the U.S. and Japanese platinum and palladium futures markets. We also performed the test when structural breaks are considered. Long-run price relationships were...
Addressing Carbon Leakage by Border Adjustment Measures: A Global CGE Analysis
Expert Workshop on Energy and Climate Change Modeling
East Asian Energy Market Integration and Impact on Regional Economy and Environment
LKY School of Public Policy Lecture Series 2011
The East Asia region has been a hot spot of economic growth, and a substantial amount of energy input is essential to fuel this growth. Given the diverse conditions of economic, demographic, physical and natural resources in this region, a harmonised and integrated energy market will be beneficial to secure an affordable and reliable energy supply...