Title page for ETD etd-10302008-120519


Type of Document Master's Thesis
Author Flora, Paul Richard
URN etd-10302008-120519
Title A comparison of energy self-reliance and industrial development using an input-output model
Degree Master of Science
Department Urban and Regional Planning
Advisory Committee
Advisor Name Title
Simon, Richard M. Committee Chair
Levy, John M. Committee Member
Randolph, John Committee Member
Keywords
  • New River Valley (N.C.-W. Va.)
Date of Defense 1984-01-15
Availability unrestricted
Abstract

This theses compares the benefits of energy self reliance strategies with the benefits of industrial development strategies to determine which strategies create greater benefits as a method of economic development. A critical factor, which is examined, is the probability of success for industrial development strategies as opposed to the near certain benefits from the self-reliance strategies. The methodology employs a Virginia input-output model using a regional purchase coefficient technique to regionalize the model for the New River Valley Region of Virginia. The strategies are developed based on two distinct expenditure levels, acting as resource constraints on the strategy selection, in order to compare the return on additional expenditures.

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