Energy Consumption and Economic Growth : Empirical Evidence from Pakistan

@inproceedings{Chaudhry2013EnergyCA,
  title={Energy Consumption and Economic Growth : Empirical Evidence from Pakistan},
  author={Imran Chaudhry and Noreen Safdar},
  year={2013}
}
This study investigates the relationship between energy consumption and economic growth for Pakistan based on annual data for the period of 1972-2012. The demand for energy is increasing rapidly in the globalizing world. Most of the countries are facing shortage of energy and consequently it is severely affecting the economic growth. In Pakistan, there is insufficient investment in the energy sector to the extent that majority of commercial energy infrastructure is still underdeveloped. There… CONTINUE READING

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