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      Beyond the ‘Green Economy’: China’s Path to Sustainability
      Regional Energy Markets

      Beyond the ‘Green Economy’: China’s Path to Sustainability

      While developed economies plan their transition from a ‘brown economy’ to a ‘green economy’, China is embarking on its journey directly to the ‘golden economy’—a future in which energy, water and land use are harmonized with social and economic needs,…

      6th September 2015
      Reforming the Role of State-Owned Enterprise in China’s Energy Sector: An Analysis of Collective Decision-Making Processes Using the KAPSARC Toolkit for Behavioral Analysis (KTAB)
      Regional Energy Markets

      Reforming the Role of State-Owned Enterprise in China’s Energy Sector: An Analysis of Collective Decision-Making Processes Using the KAPSARC Toolkit for Behavioral Analysis (KTAB)

      Brian Efird, Imtenan Al-Mubarak, Lama Yaseen

      What are the prospects for reform of the Chinese energy sector? This question is the subject of much debate both inside and outside China. Since coming to power in November 2012, China’s new government has issued a series of statements…

      Brian Efird Efird, Brian
      Imtenan Al-Mubarak Al-Mubarak, Imtenan
      Lama Yaseen Yaseen, Lama
      6th July 2015
      China’s Sustainable Fuel Strategies
      Regional Energy Markets

      China’s Sustainable Fuel Strategies

      KAPSARC’s China Research Project is investigating the policy-economic nexus that underpins the growth and evolution of China’s energy economy. This workshop investigated one of the major emerging trends of China’s energy transformation: the development of sustainable fuel use.

      24th January 2015
      The Dynamics of China’s Energy Economy
      Regional Energy Markets

      The Dynamics of China’s Energy Economy

      The growth of its economy means that the People’s Republic of China ranks at the top of many energy related league tables. It produces and consumes roughly 50% of the world’s annual coal demand, while also being the largest importer…

      6th October 2014
      Drawing from the best: Approaches to modeling China’s energy economy
      Regional Energy Markets

      Drawing from the best: Approaches to modeling China’s energy economy

      KAPSARC and the U.S. Energy Information Administration jointly convened a working group meeting on June 3, 2014 in Beijing on modeling the Chinese energy economy. This introduced the different models and methods currently being pursued by different stakeholders and so…

      6th October 2014
      Managing China’s energy productivity potential: what lessons for policy makers
      Regional Energy Markets

      Managing China’s energy productivity potential: what lessons for policy makers

      Nicholas Howarth

      Maximizing the economic welfare extracted from the energy system is a key priority for all governments. This can be measured by a country’s energy productivity. Perhaps nowhere else in the world is this issue more salient than in China. China…

      Nicholas Howarth Howarth, Nicholas
      6th October 2014