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Electricity Use and Economic Growth in Kazakhstan

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Authors
아딜
Advisor
Yeonbae Kim
Major
공과대학 협동과정 기술경영·경제·정책전공
Issue Date
2013-08
Publisher
서울대학교 대학원
Keywords
Electricity generation and consumptioneconomic growthcointegrationvector error correction modelGranger causality
Description
학위논문 (석사)-- 서울대학교 대학원 : 협동과정 기술경영·경제·정책전공, 2013. 8. 김연배.
Abstract
Abstract

Electricity Use and Economic Growth in Kazakhstan


Mergenbayev Adil Kayirdinovich
Technology Management, Economics and Policy Program
College of Engineering
Seoul National University


Kazakhstan is a young country. It declared itself an independent country only on December 16, 1991, but its economy is now the largest in Central Asia. Kazakhstans economy is influenced by many factors. One of these is the electricity activity. Much research has been done to find the relationship between the electricity use and economic growth of different countries, but in the case of Kazakhstan, this problem has not been sufficiently researched mostly due to data limitations.
This study attempted to investigate the causal relationship between the electricity activity and the economic growth of the Republic of Kazakhstan, from its independence until the present, by applying the unit root test and the VAR and vector error correction model (VECM) of the Granger causality model. In addition, it was investigated in this study if the electricity activity is different from the consumption of other energy sources and from the total energy use without electricity in terms of their relation with economic growth, based on other studies.
Language
English
URI
https://hdl.handle.net/10371/122541
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