Data for: Can government transfers make energy subsidy reform socially acceptable? A case study on Ecuador

Published: 31-03-2020| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/z35m76mf9g.1
Filip Schaffitzel


Estimating the distributional impacts of energy subsidy removal and compensation schemes in Ecuador based on input-output and household data. Import files: Dictionary Categories.csv, Dictionary ENI-IOT.csv, and Dictionary Subcategories.csv based on [1] Dictionary IOT.csv and IOT_2012.csv (cannot be redistruted) based on [2] Dictionary Taxes.csv and Dictionary Transfers.csv based on [3] ENIGHUR11_GASTOS_V.csv, ENIGHUR11_HOGARES_AGREGADOS.csv, and ENIGHUR11_PERSONAS_INGRESOS.csv based on [4] Price increase scenarios.csv based on [5] Further basic files and documents: [1] 4_M&D_Mapping ENIGHUR expenditures to IOT_180605.xlsm [2] Input-output table 2012 ( Save the sheet with the IOT 2012 (Matriz simétrica) as IOT_2012.csv and edit the format: first column and row: IOT labels [3] 4_M&D_ENIGHUR income_180606.xlsx [4] ENIGHUR data can be retrieved from Household datasets are only available in SPSS file format and the free software PSPP is used to convert .sav- to .csv-files, as this format can be read directly and efficiently into a Python Pandas DataFrame. See PSPP syntax below: save translate /outfile = filename /type = CSV /textoptions decimal = DOT /textoptions delimiter = ';' /fieldnames /cells=values /replace. [5] 3_Ecuador_Energy subsidies and 4_M&D_Price scenarios_180610.xlsx