Department of Marketing, Sumy State University, Ukraine
PhD in Economics, Senior Lecturer, Department of Economics, Entrepreneurship and Business Administration, Sumy State University, Ukraine
This article summarizes the arguments and counterarguments within the scientific discussion on the laws of developing the theory of energy efficiency management of the national economy. The study’s primary purpose is to develop theoretical and methodological tools for analyzing the patterns of development of the theory of energy efficiency management of the national economy. Systematization of literature sources and approaches to solving the problem of developing the idea of energy efficiency management of the national economy has shown a need to update state energy policies, strategies, regulatory and legal support for the energy sector’s functioning. The urgency of solving this scientific problem is to intensify research on the development of the national economy’s energy efficiency management theory. The research on the laws of development of the theory of energy efficiency management of the national economy in the article is carried out in the following logical sequence: the systematization of literature sources and approaches to study the theory of energy efficiency management of the national economy, bibliometric and trend analysis to further identify basic theoretical principles and stages of energy management theory, the efficiency of the national economy. Methodological tools of the study were methods of logical generalization, comparative analysis and trend and bibliometric analysis – to identify patterns in developing the theory of energy efficiency of the national economy; the study period was chosen from 2000 to 2020. VOSViewer v.1.6.10 toolkit was used for bibliometric analysis, Google Trends for trend analysis. The object of the study is a sample of 48,888 publications and 21,725 search queries for the keywords like energy policy, energy efficiency, sustainable development based on scientometric databases Scopus and Web of Science, as well as Google Trends tools. The article presents the results of trend and bibliometric analysis of the development of energy efficiency management theory of the national economy, which showed that today the relevance and interest in the development of energy efficiency of the national economy is only gaining momentum, primarily due to the transition to a new stage of carbon neutral development.
Keywords: energy efficiency, carbon-free economy, sustainable development, energy sector, green energy, energy security.
JEL Classification: Р28, О13, Р18, Р48, Q40.
Cite as: Ziabina, Ye., Kovalenko, Ye. (2021). Regularities In The Development Of The Theory Of Energy Efficiency Management. SocioEconomic Challenges, 5(1), 117-132. https://doi.org/10.21272/sec.5(1).117-132.2021
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