Electricity Reliability and Economic Development in Cities: A Microeconomic Perspective
Energy Efficiency in the Developing World
The literature assessing demand-side energy efficiency potential, and the policies that can be deployed to tap this potential has traditionally focused on developed and emerging economies.
Efficient & Productive Use
The Political Economy of Aid for Power Sector Reform
A Review and Exploration of the Status, Context and Political Economy of Power Sector Reforms in Sub-Saharan Africa, South Asia and Latin America
This paper provides an overview of market-oriented power sector reforms in Sub-Saharan Africa, South Asia, and Latin America over the past twenty-five years.
Is Electricity Supply a Binding Constraint to Economic Growth in Developing Countries?
Electrification and Economic Development: A Microeconomic Perspective
In this Energy for Economic Growth (EEG) state-of-knowledge paper, we review literature on the microeconomics of electrification in developing countries and organize existing and future work around three questions.
The Impact of Electricity on Economic Development: A Macroeconomic Perspective