Liang Choon Wang is an Assistant Professor at the Department of Economics, Monash University. His research interests include applied micro, development economics, education, experiments, health economics, labor economics, and public economics.
Household electricity consumption accounts for 40% of global energy related CO2 emissions and this is expected to grow globally by 58% by 2030 if no measures are introduced (Rasul & Hollywood 2012). Residential energy consumption is also made worse by a supply-demand mismatch in developing countries.
Bangladesh is rated the 6th most vulnerable nation to...
13 Sep 2019 | Ahsanuzzaman A, Liang Choon Wang, Asad Islam
Research in Bangladesh shows that non-price energy conservation programmes can help support achieving energy efficiency especially regarding residential electricity usage.
Household electricity consumption accounts for 40% of global energy related CO2 emissions and this is expected to grow globally by 58% by 2030 if no measures are introduced (Rasul & Hollywood 2012). ...
5 Sep 2018 | Ahsanuzzaman A, Asadul Islam, Liang Choon Wang
In order to meet the growing energy demand in developing countries and the obligation to the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) in dealing with greenhouse gases emissions mitigation, various governments are striving for higher energy production and better energy conservation while achieving sustainable economic development. As a result, countries across the...
8 May 2017 | Asadul Islam, Liang Choon Wang, Ahsanuzzaman A
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