Date of Award
Master of Science
This study analyzes residential electricity demand in Arkansas. Explanatory variables utilized include real per capita income, residential electricity price, heating degree days, cooling degree days, and residential natural gas price. The results indicate that the income effect dominates the substitution effect given a real personal income increase and a decline in real electricity rates in the state of Arkansas during the period under study.
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Ileana M. Resendez
Resendez, Ileana M., "Residential Electricity Demand in Arkansas" (2014). Open Access Theses & Dissertations. 1334.