Socio-economic impacts of integrated electricity market in East Asia

Crawford School of Public Policy | Arndt-Corden Department of Economics
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Event details

PhD Seminar (Econ)

Date & time

Friday 23 August 2019
9.30am–11.00am

Venue

Acton Theatre Level 1, JG Crawford Building #132, Lennox Crossing, ANU

Speaker

Yuventus Effendi

Contacts

Dr Ryan Edwards

Even though there is a large literature on the impacts of electricity, there are few studies on the inter-regional socio-economic impacts of electricity market integration. This study utilises three extended analyses of an Inter-regional Social Accounting Matrix, namely inter-regional Fixed Constrained Price Multiplier, microsimulation, and inter-regional Structural Path Analysis, to estimate impacts. The results indicate that increasing electricity output has positive impacts on an economy, in terms of production activities and factor income. A more integrated electricity market brings substantial inter-regional impacts, such as a reduction of rural poverty. The shock of the more integrated electricity market is transmitted distinctly within and across countries.

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