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Publications
Electricity Reliability and Economic Development in Cities: A Microeconomic Perspective
Reliability, Grid Access
Paul J. Gertler, Kenneth Lee, A. Mushfiq Mobarak
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
Meredith Fowlie, Amol Phadke
The Political Economy of Aid for Power Sector Reform
Neil McCulloch, John Ward, Esme Sindou
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.

Anton Eberhard, Catrina Godinho
Is Electricity Supply a Binding Constraint to Economic Growth in Developing Countries?
Grid Access
Neil McCulloch, Dalia Zileviciute
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.

Kenneth Lee, Edward Miguel, Catherine Wolfram
The Impact of Electricity on Economic Development: A Macroeconomic Perspective
David I. Stern, Paul J. Burke, Stephan B. Bruns