Unfolding Energy Efficiency in Eastern Partnership Countries

Kovács, O. (2017): Unfolding Energy Efficiency in Eastern Partnership Countries. Cornell University, Jonhson Cornell, SC Jonhson College of Business, Cornell On Emerging Markets, No. 16

Fostering energy efficiency is a prerequisite of sustainable development. A recently published Synthesis Report examines the innovation ecosystem in member countries of the Eastern Partnership Countries of the European Union and its role in promoting energy efficiency. A more systemic understanding is to stimulate the necessary paradigm shift towards more qualitative growth that is required for EPCs to become sustainable emerging markets.

Olivér Kovács Ph.D is a Hungarian economist specialised in the research fields of sustainable development, fiscal sustainability, innovation and innovation policy.

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