The Price Responsiveness of Energy Demand in the Philippine Food Processing Sector

Julie G. Ranada


This study attempts to derive reliable estimates of the price elasticity of demand for energy and the elasticities of substitution among labor, capital and energy in Philippine production. Three different methods of increasing complexity are fitted to data for firms employing twenty or more workers, based on annual surveys of the National Census and Statistics Office, The food processing sector in Philippine manufacturing was chosen as the testing ground for the types of analyses proposed.

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