Re-Discussion on the Paradox of Energy
Consumption Efficiency Technology—Based on the Analysis of Provincial Data in China
作者: 郎春雷 ：浙江工商大学经济学院，杭州;
Abstract: Technological innovation is known as an important factor to improve the energy use efficiency and reduce the energy consumption on one hand. On the other hand, technological innovation is also well known as a paradox to energy consumption. Based on the provincial data in China, this paper will analyse the paradox of technology to energy consumption using different technological innovation input and output index, which is also called the rebound effect of technological innova-tion to energy consumption.
文章引用: 郎春雷 (2014) 再论能源消费效率技术悖论——基于中国的省际数据分析。 低碳经济， 3， 15-29. doi: 10.12677/JLCE.2014.33003
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