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    Title: ICT產業發展對能源消費的影響 : 台灣個案分析
    Other Titles: Effect of ICT industry development on the energy consumption : a case study in Taiwan
    Authors: 林佳璇;Lin, Chia-Hsuan
    Contributors: 淡江大學經濟學系碩士班
    Keywords: Panel Data分析方法;ICT(資訊通訊科技);總能源消費;電力消費;石油產品消費;天然氣消費;能源密集度;Panel Data Analysis;ICT(Information and Communication Technology);energy consumption;Electricity Consumption;Petroleum Products Consumption;Natural Gas Consumption;Energy Intensity
    Date: 2013
    Issue Date: 2014-01-23 13:43:10 (UTC+8)
    Abstract:   本研究採用Panel Data分析方法,以1982年至2011年間各部門之年資料,探討台灣ICT(資訊通訊科技)產業發展對總能源消費、電力消費、石油產品消費及天然氣消費的影響。
    This study uses panel data analysis to investigate the effect of ICT (Information and Communication Technology) industry development on the energy consumption based on the annual data ranging from 1982 to 2011.
    The ICT industries are separated as 4 types. The empirical results shows that those production values of different types of ICT industries have different kinds of effects on the energy consumption, some are positive and the others are negative. More of the production value of two types of ICT industries (i.e. electronic component industry and information industry) will increase energy consumption since these two ICT industries focus more on the ICT production, which need to use lots of energy for production. While, more of the production values of the computer, electronic products, optical products manufacturing, and the telecommunications industry would decrease the energy consumption since the production increase of these industries would enhance more energy conservation activities.
    Except those ICT variables, this study also found the increase of income and energy intensity would incur more energy consumption, while, the rise of CPI index and petroleum products price would reduce the energy consumption. All these results are consistent to the theoretical inference such as the law of demand (high price would incur less consumption). However, the empirical results of electricity price and natural gas price did not follow the law of demand. It is believed that the human interference distorts the market, which breaks the law of demand.
    Through this research, it is suggested that our Government can accomplish a better efficacy for energy conservation and carbon cut by better management of the ICT industries.
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