Essays about: "partiell jämviktsmodell"

Found 3 essays containing the words partiell jämviktsmodell.

  1. 1. The phase-out of crop-based biofuels in EU by 2030 : analyzing the effects on the palm oil market and

    University essay from SLU/Dept. of Economics

    Author : Sanae Sone Dy; [2019]
    Keywords : biofuel; palm oil; international trade; partial equilibrium; RED; REDII; ILUC; CO2 emisssions; carbon dioxide; biobränsle; palmolja; internationell handel; partiell jämviktsmodell; CO2 utsläpp; koldioxid;

    Abstract : When EU introduced the Renewable Energy Directive (RED) in 2009, one of the goals where that by 2020 every EU country should have 10% of their transportation running on biofuels. This made the market for biofuel rise and therefore also the exports of palm oil to the EU. READ MORE

  2. 2. Ökad användning av biodrivmedel i vägtransportsektorn : en styrmedelsanalys

    University essay from SLU/Dept. of Economics

    Author : Karl-Anders Lindqvist; [2008]
    Keywords : biodrivmedel; styrmedel; kvotplikt; skatt; partiell-jämviktsmodell;

    Abstract : The Swedish road transport sector relies almost completely on fossil fuels. In 2007, as much as 96 percent of the total sales of fuels was made up of petrol and diesel, while at the same time the share of total emissions of greenhouse gases in Sweden that came from road transports amounted to close to 30 per cent. READ MORE

  3. 3. Macedonia at the doorstep of the European Union : a partial equilibrium analysis of the implications for the feed-livestock complex

    University essay from SLU/Dept. of Economics

    Author : Erik Pelling; [2007]
    Keywords : economic modeling; partial equilibrium model; comparative statics analysis; FYR Macedonia; feed-livestock complex; EU enlargement;

    Abstract : Macedonia, which applied for membership in the European Union in March 2004 and was granted candidate status in December 2005, is likely to become a member, if and when the next enlargement takes place. Now, at the doorstep of the European Union and before real accession negotiations start, it is a good idea for policy makers and the general public in Macedonia to carefully analyze the likely effects of membership and to consider what can be done to dampen the negative aspects and to get the most out of the good ones. READ MORE