A Framework for Characterizing an Economy by its Energy and Socio-Economic Activities

@inproceedings{Roberts2014AFF,
  title={A Framework for Characterizing an Economy by its Energy and Socio-Economic Activities},
  author={Simon Roberts and Colin J. Axon and Barney Foran and Nigel H. Goddard and Benjamin Warr and Arup and UK. Simon. Roberts and Colin. Axon and Barney. Foran and Nigel. Goddard and Benjamin. Warr},
  year={2014}
}
Investigating the energy use of an economy in a resource-constrained world requires an understanding of the relationships of its economic, social, and energy-use elements. We introduce a novel whole-economy analytical framework which harmonises multiple national accounting procedures. The economic elements align with the international system of national accounts. In a modular fashion, our framework curates and maintains disparate accounts (economic stocks and flows, energy use, employment… CONTINUE READING

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