Energy Policy and Third World Development

Energy Policy and Third World Development

Energy Policy and Third World Development

Energy Policy and Third World Development


In designing policies to help resolve its energy problems, every country faces a unique set of conditions. Contributors to this volume profile the energy situation in the developing countries, assess the role of energy policy in Third World development, and discuss the global energy situation in relation to these countries' consumption, production, trade, and resource endowment. The rest of the volume provides researchers with different sources of information--statistical and bibliographic--relating to energy policy development in the Third World. Managing the increasing demand for energy is explored in depth.


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Secretary-General United Nations Conference on Trade and Development . . .

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