Energy and Economic Relations in a Positive Economy
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Depending on the specific economic structure of the country, the energy sector plays a more or less important role in terms of added value, jobs and other indicators, but more importantly is the role of energy products in the production processes and end use of other industries. Being one of the branches of the economy, energy sector is also an integral part of the concept of economy both in terms of national economy and research discipline. As shown in the following analysis, attempts to separate energy from the economy can only be very conditional. The concept of economics used in this work in the context of energy relations should be understood not as one of two completely separate objects, but as a sort of enveloping element. Here, it is also useful to remember the concept of the remaining economy, which describes the economy of the country, except energy - all other economic activities, their products, institutional sectors.