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Marina Recalde (2017)
Publisher: Universidad Externado de Colombia
Journal: Revista de Economía Institucional
Languages: Spanish
Types: Article
Subjects: HC10-1085, renewable investments, enabling conditions, institutions, policy instruments, Economic history and conditions, inversión, recursos renovables, entorno, aspectos institucionales, instrumentos de política, HB1-3840, Economic theory. Demography
En este artículo se analiza en qué medida los factores del entorno de la política energética de un país en desarrollo, tal como Argentina, determinan la evolución de la inversión en energías renovables. La baja calidad institucional del país ayuda a crear condiciones no propicias que contrarrestan el efecto de la política energética, reduciendo los incentivos para invertir en tecnologías renovables. Es necesario entonces mejorar las condiciones institucionales de los países en desarrollo para poder avanzar en la promoción de tecnologías renovables. This article analyzes how the enabling conditions of the energy policy of a developing country such as Argentina, are crucial for the deployment of renewable energy investments. The conclusions highlights that the low institutional quality of the country shapes enabling conditions and reduce effect of the instruments of the energy policy, dropping incentives for investment in renewable technologies in the country. Therefore, in order to promote renewable technologies investments efficiently, the institutional framework of countries must be seriously improved.
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