Energy Efficiency and the Rebound Efffect: Background Readings

An empirical general equilibrium analysis of the factors that govern the extent of energy rebound effects in the UK economy
Economic and Social Research Council
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Consumption and the Rebound Effect: An Industrial Ecology Perspective
Edgar G. Hertwich
Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Yale University
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Defining the rebound effect
Peter H. G. Berkhout, Jos C. Muskens, and Jan W. Velthuijsen
University of Amsterdam
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Do increases in energy efficiency improve environmental quality and sustainability?
Nick Hanley, Peter G. McGregor, J. Kim Swales, and Karen Turner
Universities of Stirling, Strathclyde, and Glasgow
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Does the hybrid Toyota Prius lead to rebound effects? Analysis of size and number of cars previously owned by Swiss Prius buyers
Peter de Haan, Michel G. Mueller, and Anja Peters
Swiss Federal Institute of Technology
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Effect of Thermal Improvements in Housing on Residential Energy Demand
Li-min Hsueh, Jennifer Gerner
Chung-Hua Institution for Economic Research and Department of Consumer Economics and Housing
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Energy efficiency and consumption — the rebound effect — a survey
Lorna A. Greening, David L. Greene, and Carmen Difiglio
International Resources Group, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, and International Energy Agency
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Energy efficiency, rebound effects and the environmental Kuznets Curve
Karen Turner and Nick Hanley
University of Stirling
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Energy efficiency: rebounding to a sound analytical perspective
John A. “Skip” Laitner
EPA Office of Atmospheric Programs
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Energy Efficiency and Economic Growth
Richard B. Howarth
University of California
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Final Rule on Model Year 2012-2016 Light-Duty Vehicle GHG and CAFE Standards (75 FR 25324, May 7, 2010)
Environmental Protection Agency
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Fuel conserving (and using) production functions
Harry D. Saunders
Decision Processes Incorporated
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Historical Evidence for Energy Consumption Rebound in 30 US Sectors and a Toolkit for Rebound Analysts
Harry D. Saunders
Decision Processes Incorporated
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Incorporating macroeconomic feedback into an energy systems model using an IO approach: Evaluating the rebound effect in the Korean electricity system
Mark Howells, Kiho Jeong, Lucille Langlois, Man Ki Lee, Kee-Yung Nam and Hans Holger Rogner
Planning and Economic Studies Section, School of Economics and Trade, and Korea Atomic Energy Research Institute
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Increased ecoefficiency and gross rebound effect: Evidence from USA and six European countries 1960–2002
Stig-Olof Holm and Göran Englund
Umeå University
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Jevons’ Paradox revisited: The evidence for backfire from improved energy efficiency
Steve Sorrell
Sussex Energy Group
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Missing carbon reductions? Exploring rebound and backfire effects in UK households
Druckman A, Chitnis M, Sorrell S and Jackson T
Food Climate Research Network
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Negative rebound and disinvestment effects in response to an improvement in energy efficiency in the UK economy
Karen Turner
University of Strathclyde Glasgow
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New Report: How Efficiency Can Increase Energy Consumption
Jesse Jenkins, Michael Shellenberger, and Ted Nordhaus
Breakthrough Institute
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On the rebound? Feedback between energy intensities and energy uses in IEA countries
Lee Schipper and Michael Grubb
International Energy Agency and RIIA
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People-Centered Initiatives for Increasing Energy Savings
John A. “Skip” Laitner and Karen Ehrhardt-Martinez
American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy
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REBOUND – The Social Dimension of the Rebound Effect
Marco Sonnberger, M. A. and Juergen Deuschle, M. A.
University of Stuttgart – ZIRN
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Rebound 2007: Analysis of U.S. light-duty vehicle travel statistics
David L. Greene
Oak Ridge National Laboratory
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Rebound and disinvestment effects in refined oil consumption and supply resulting from an increase in energy efficiency in the Scottish commercial transport sector
Sam Anson and Karen Turner
Scottish Government and University of Strathclyde
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Rethinking economy-wide rebound measures: An unbiased proposal
Ana-Isabel Guerra and Ferran Sancho
Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona
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Study commissioned by the EU – DG environment on the rebound effect
Bio Intelligence Service
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Technological progress and sustainable development: what about the rebound effect?
Mathias Binswanger
University of St. Gallen
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The impact of increased efficiency in the industrial use of energy: A computable general equilibrium analysis for the United Kingdom
Grant Allan, Nick Hanley, Peter McGregor, Kim Swales, and Karen Turner
University of Strathclyde, University of Stirling, and University of Glasgow
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The macro-economic rebound effect and the UK economy
Terry Barker, Paul Ekins, and Tim Foxon
University of Cambridge and Policy Studies Institute
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The rebound effect: Microeconomic definitions, limitations and extensions
Steve Sorrell and John Dimitropoulos
University of Sussex
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The Rebound Effect: Some Questions Answered
Maggie Koerth-Bakera, Karen Turnerb, Janine De Fencec, Cathy Xin Cuic
University of Strathclyde
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