Research data supporting “A holistic approach to the environmental evaluation of food waste prevention”
Vivanco, David Font
zu Ermgassen, Erasmus K.H.J.
University of Cambridge
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Salemdeeb, R., Vivanco, D. F., Al-Tabbaa, A., & zu Ermgassen, E. K. (2016). Research data supporting “A holistic approach to the environmental evaluation of food waste prevention” [Dataset]. https://doi.org/10.17863/CAM.4871
The microeconomic rebound effect consists of a direct and indirect effect: the direct effect is related to the additional demand for the product that has been subject to an efficiency improvement (i.e. additional demand for some categories of food, where the efficiency improvement is an increase in the ratio between the food purchased and consumed), whereas the indirect effect refers to the additional demand in all other consumption categories. Tables attached below includes multipliers that could be used to determine the rebound effect associated with UK household savings in the UK. Data provided below is presented in two formats: Exiobase and COICOP. The readership is advised to refer to the paper for more details about the methodology utilised to generate these multipliers.
rebound effect, economic modelling, UK
Publication Reference: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.wasman.2016.09.042
This record's DOI: https://doi.org/10.17863/CAM.4871
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