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에너지시장 자유화 시나리오와 전력산업정책에 대한 시사점(Energy market liberalization scenarios and electricity industry policy implications)

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  • 에너지시장 자유화 시나리오와 전력산업정책에 대한 시사점(Energy market liberalization scenarios and electricity industry policy implications)
  • Park, Chan‐Kook; Lee, Gweon‐Cheol박찬국; 이권철
  • 대외경제정책연구원(Korea Institute for International Economy Policy)


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Title 에너지시장 자유화 시나리오와 전력산업정책에 대한 시사점(Energy market liberalization scenarios and electricity industry policy implications)
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Material Type Articles
Author(English)

Park, Chan‐Kook; Lee, Gweon‐Cheol

Author(Korean)

박찬국; 이권철

Publisher

[서울(Seoul)]:대외경제정책연구원(Korea Institute for International Economy Policy)

Date 2007-06
Journal Title; Vol./Issue 대외경제연구(Journal of East Asian Economic Integration):vol. 11(no. 1)(June 2007)
Pages 32
Subject Country South Korea(Asia and Pacific)
Language Korean
File Type Link
Subject Industry and Technology < Energy
Holding 대외경제정책연구원(Korea Institute for International Econom

Abstract

The global energy market can be currently characterized by unstable oil and gas prices, a perceived global warming crisis, liberalization of the energy market, and so on. These changes require modifications in the industry policy framework and flexible adjustments. This study creates scenarios to predict the future energy market and identifies various influences on the electricity industry based on these scenarios. “Energy Service Classifications,”“Regulatory Body Types,” “Securing the Policy Compliance of Target groups” were selected as the major variables that decisively influence the future of energy market liberalization. Four significant scenarios were subsequently created by combining each variant. The implications derived through the scenarios should help policy­makers minimize risks related to implementation of restructuring plans in the electricity industry.