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Reducing carbon emissions in China via optimal industry shifts: toward hi-tech industries, cleaner resources and higher carbon shares in less-developed regions

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Reducing carbon emissions in China via optimal industry shifts: toward hi-tech industries, cleaner resources and higher carbon shares in less-developed regions
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Actions on climate change, Intended Reducing carbon emissions in China via optimal industry shifts: Toward hi-tech industries, cleaner resources and higher carbon shares in less-develop regions
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Fu
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Xue
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Nanchang University
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author
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Lahr
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Michael L.
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Center for Urban Policy Research (CUPR), Rutgers University
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Yaxiong
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Zhang
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State Information Center (China)
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Meng
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Bo
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Institute of Development Economies-JETRO, Japan
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Center for Urban Policy Research (CUPR)
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Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy
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Published under the title: Actions on climate change, Intended Reducing carbon emissions in China via optimal industry shifts: Toward hi-tech industries, cleaner resources and higher carbon shares in less-develop regions
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2016
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2017
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This paper uses an optimal interregional input-output model to focus on how interregional industrial shifts alone might enable China to reduce carbon intensity instead of national shifts. The optimal industry shifts assure integration of all regions by regional services and goods in which carbon emissions are embodied via energy consumption. Generally speaking, high-tech industries should concentrate in affluent regions to replace construction. Selected services should increase output shares across most of regions. Meanwhile, energy-intensive manufacturing, rather than agriculture, should decrease their shares to achieve the national annual growth constrained by nation’s carbon targets. Due to the need to decelerate energy use, carbon intensity goal puts particularly extreme pressure on less-developed regions to shutter heavy industries. Explicit shifts toward cleaner resources and renewable energy appear to be quite important for keeping coal mines in Central China working.
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MRIO analysis
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Carbon emissions
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Industry structural change
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Linear programming
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2017
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102
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Reducing Greenhouse Gas Emissions via Industry Shifts and Regional Shares: An Interregional Dorfman-Samuelson-Solow Leontief Systems of China
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http://dx.doi.org/10.7282/T3639RGS
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Reducing Greenhouse Gas Emissions via Industry Shifts and Regional Shares: An Interregional Dorfman-Samuelson-Solow Leontief Systems of China
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Lahr Michael L.
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China
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