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Cleveland, C. , and Kaufmann, R. K. (2003). Oil supply and oil politics: Deja Vu all over again. Energy Policy 31, 485–489. DiFrancesco, R. , and Anderson, W. P. (1999). Developing Canada’s Arctic oil resources. Environ. Planning A 31, 459–476. Elmes, G. , and Harris, T. M. (1996). Industrial restructuring and the changing geography of the United States coal-energy system, 1972–1990. Ann. Assoc. Am. Geogr. 86(No. 3), 507–529. Energy Information Administration. (2003). International Energy Annual 2000.

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Economic growth An increase in economy-wide economic production, usually measured by an increase in gross domestic product (GDP); also, the process of the economy growing over time. elasticity of substitution A measure of the responsiveness of the ratio of the quantities of two productive inputs to a change in the relative prices of the quantities. For example, if the price of energy increases 1% relative to the price of capital and the amount of energy used per dollar of capital decreases by 1%, then the elasticity of substitution is 1.

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