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Questionnaire and focus group data on Chinese perceptions of unilateral Clean Development Mechanism (uCDM) projects

University of Southern Queensland
Dr. Tek Maraseni (Aggregated by)
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Brief description

Unilateral Clean Development Mechanism (uCDM) projects are planned, implemented and financed by a Non-Annex I entity yet without the direct involvement of an Annex I entity. Currently in the CDM project pipeline, unilateral projects grow continuously. On the basis of a questionnaire survey and formal and informal discussions with key CDM stakeholders in China, which dominate the world CDM market, this study tested seven propositions: (1)uCDM provision provides lower risk to the host country investor; (2) uCDM provision lowers transaction costs; (3) uCDM provision helps to keep rent in the host country; (4) uCDM provision offers less technology transfer than normal CDM projects; (5) delayed financial flow in uCDM projects will be a major problem for developing uCDM projects; (6) the Chinese Government will promote uCDM policy in the future; and (7) there will be more uCDM projects in China in the future. The first six hypotheses were accepted while the final one was rejected.

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Chinese Perceptions uCDM

Survey questionnaire

Hard Copy (91)

 

 

Questionnaire dataset

SPSS(1)

SPSS Version 19 

 

Focus group data

Hard Copy (1)

 

 

Available: 2013

Data time period: 2008-12-17 to 2009-01-14

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151.9227575,-27.6056685

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104.136112,35.857248

Identifiers
  • Local : USQ-DataColl-0004