低碳技术对低碳经济作用机制的理论与实证分析: 基于马克思社会总产品价值构成理论的视角

Translated title of the contribution: Theoretical and Empirical Analysis of the Effect of Low-carbon Technology on Low-carbon Economy: From a Theoretical Perspective of Marx’s Value Composition of Aggregate Social Products

Yan Ma, 吴 莲

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Abstract

The development of low一carbon economy is required to not only ensure the fixed economic growth rate,but also limit carbon emissions to safety range. And low-carbon technology is a key factor of the realization of this target. This paper introduces low一carbon technology into Marx’s theoretical model of value composition of aggregate social products and constructs a new theoretical model of value composition of aggregate social products including low-carbon technology. It confirms the important role of low-carbon technology in the realization of low-carbon economy as well as significance and mechanisms. Then it concretely analyzes the promotion role of low一carbon technology R}-D,the realization and strengthening mechanisms of low-carbon technology diffusion and resources distribution effect of international cooperation. It employs the data of nine DECD countries to
further verify the positive effect of low一carbon technology on the development of low-carbon economy.
Translated title of the contributionTheoretical and Empirical Analysis of the Effect of Low-carbon Technology on Low-carbon Economy: From a Theoretical Perspective of Marx’s Value Composition of Aggregate Social Products
Original languageChinese (Simplified)
Pages (from-to)80-89
Number of pages10
Journal财经研究
Issue number11
Publication statusPublished - 2013

Keywords

  • aggregate social products
  • low-carbon technology
  • low-carbon economy
  • mechanism

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