This report analysed the key socioeconomic vulnerabilities to and likely impact of oil price and supply shocks on developing countries, and recommended a broad set of mitigation strategies and policies for ameliorating these impacts. The areas covered included the energy system, transport, agriculture, macro-economy and socioeconomic welfare. The report included detailed oil shock vulnerability assessment case studies on Malawi, Nigeria, South Africa and India.
Oil shock mitigation strategies for developing countries
SI Team: Jeremy Wakeford, Martin de Wit, Sumetee Pahwa-Gajjar, Blake Robinson
United Kingdom’s Department for International Development
Oil Shock Mitigation, Sustainability in the African Context