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The direct and indirect CO2 rebound effect for private cars in China

The quantity of China's private cars has increased dramatically in the past decade, which has become one of the key sources of carbon emission and air pollution in the cities of China. In theory, to improve energy efficiency can reduce carbon emission significantly, but the result may be affected by... Full description

Journal Title: Energy Policy January 2017, Vol.100, pp.149-161
Main Author: Zhang, Yue-Jun
Other Authors: Liu, Zhao , Qin, Chang-Xiong , Tan, Tai-De
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  • Economics
ispartof: Energy Policy, January 2017, Vol.100, pp.149-161
description: The quantity of China's private cars has increased dramatically in the past decade, which has become one of the key sources of carbon emission and air pollution in the cities of China. In theory, to improve energy efficiency can reduce carbon emission significantly, but the result may be affected by the rebound effect. This paper utilizes a two-stage Almost Ideal Demand System (AIDS) model to estimate the total CO rebound effect for China's private cars during 2001–2012 at the provincial level, then uses a panel data model to analyze its impact factors. The results suggest that, first of all, the CO emissions of private cars have the super conservation effect, partial rebound effect and backfire effect among provinces in China. And the direct CO rebound effect plays a dominant role in the total CO rebound effect in most provinces. Second, the total CO rebound effect of private cars...
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