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2012, vol. 60, br. 7-8, str. 355-371
Energetska (ne)efikasnost u tranzicionim ekonomijama, sa osvrtom na istraživanje sprovedeno u preduzećima
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bParis East University, Paris, France
Ključne reči: troškovi energije; energetska efikasnost; lokalne barijere; finansijsko ograničenje; institucionalne reforme; tranzicione ekonomije
Sažetak
U ovom članku predstavljamo osnovne faktore energetske efikasnosti/neefikasnosti u 27 zemalja u tranziciji. Koristimo podatke iz ankete preduzeća BEEPS sprovedene u periodu od 2008-2009 u 2400 preduzeća. Ispitujemo energetsku efikasnost preduzeća kao udeo troška električne energije u ukupnim prihodima (energetska intenzivnost). Pružamo detaljnu analizu obrasca troška električne energije. Naročito ukazujemo na ulogu karakteristika same firme i nekih ključnih ekonomskih parametara kao što su kvalitet upravljanja i finansijsko ograničenje. Predstavljamo originalnu analizu i nalaze u vezi sa efektima lošeg snabdevanja na trošak električne energije u preduzeću.
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O članku

jezik rada: engleski
vrsta rada: pregledni članak
DOI: 10.5937/ekopre1208355B
objavljen u SCIndeksu: 05.02.2013.