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Cambodia's energy poverty and its effects on social wellbeing: Empirical evidence and policy implications

Cambodia, Energy, Poverty

Cambodia's energy poverty and its effects on social wellbeing: Empirical evidence and policy implications

About the Journal

Energy Policy, Volume 132, September 2019 (In progress), Pages 283-289.

Authors

  • Han Phoumin, Economic Research Institute for ASEAN and East Asia, Indonesia
  • Fukunari Kimura, Faculty of Economics, Keio University and ERIA, Tokyo, Japan

Highlights

  • Energy poverty is defined using clean energy accessibility and affordability.
  • Households affected by energy poverty reduced earning ability and wellbeing.
  • Energy poverty is strongly associated to energy access and quality of fuel uses.
  • Energy poverty line is established for Cambodia.

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Date

31 May 2019

Category

Journal Articles

Location

Cambodia

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