Measuring the impact of energyreform — practical options

@inproceedings{Foster2000MeasuringTI,
  title={Measuring the impact of energyreform — practical options},
  author={Vivien Foster},
  year={2000}
}
Following a decade of energy sector reforms in many developing countries, people are increasingly questioning how much these reforms have benefited the poor. That question has proved difficult to answer, in part because of the lack of a framework for thinking about the issue and in part because of a shortage of suitable data. This chapter proposes a methodology for measuring the impact of interventions in the energy sector on the welfare of poor households. Here, energy sector interventions… CONTINUE READING

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