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Is there a relationship between economic growth and carbon dioxide emissions

  title={Is there a relationship between economic growth and carbon dioxide emissions},
  author={Jenny Cederborg and Sara Sn{\"o}bohm},

Impact of globalization, foreign direct investment, and energy consumption on CO2 emissions in Bangladesh: Does institutional quality matter?

The investigated results depict that globalization; foreign direct investment, and innovation have a negative effect on CO2 emissions in improving environmental quality while economic growth, trade, energy consumption, and urbanization positively impactCO2 emissions and hence stimulate environmental degradation both in the long and short run.

Climate change, growth in agriculture value-added, food availability and economic growth nexus in the Gambia: a Granger causality and ARDL modeling approach

This paper aims to test empirically, the direction of causality between climate change, agriculture valued added, Food production (the proxy for food availability), and economic growth in the Gambia.

Carbon dioxide emissions and economic growth

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A Novel Prediction Model: ELM-ABC for Annual GDP in the Case of SCO Countries

With the development of economic and technologies, the trend of annual Gross Domestic Product (GDP) and carbon dioxide (CO2) emission changes with time passes. The relationship between economic

The Nexus Between CO2 Emission, Economic Growth, Trade Openness: Evidences From Middle-Income Trap Countries

In recent years, the carbon dioxide emissions generated by the massive consumption of fossil energy have been increasing year by year, resulting in more and more obvious greenhouse effect, and the

Determinants of Greenhouse Gas Emissions

This paper examined the determinants (decomposed into enablers and de-enablers) of global greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions to deepen the debate on enhancing the implementation of the social cost of

Multi-faceted Impacts of the COVID-19 Outbreak

COVID-19 has affected our day-to-day life extensively and we present the holistic view on the effects of this pandemic in certain aspects of life. We see a diverse educational system, environmental

Carbon Accounting and Economic Development in Sub-Saharan Africa

This study examined the impact of carbon accounting on economic development in Sub-Saharan Africa (SSA). This study made use of secondary data, which was analysed using Panel General Method of Means

Fossil Fuel Consumption, CO2 Emissions and Growth in High-Income Countries and Low-Income Countries

Fossil Fuel Consumption, CO 2 Emissions and Growth in High-Income Countries Low-Income Countries. This paper investigates the pairwise causality and co-integration that links fossil fuel consumption

Macroeconomic Factors Affecting Carbon Dioxide Emissions in the Philippines: A Time Series Analysis

This paper examines the relationship between macroeconomic variables (Gross Domestic per capita, Energy Consumption, Trade Openness, and Foreign Direct Investment) and CO2 Emissions in the



Three Totally Different Environmental/GDP Curves

When one wants to communicate there are rhetorical suggestions that will increase one’s chances to succeed in convincing the other part. If an easy, intelligible and ultimately elegant model to

Environmental Kuznets Curve Hypothesis: A Survey

Environmental Economics: An Introduction

This book discusses the development of environmental policies in the United States and discusses the strategies used to develop and implement these policies.

Economic growth and the environment: Whose growth? whose environment?

Environmental Quality and Development: Is There a Kuznets Curve for Air Pollution Emissions?

Abstract Several recent studies have identified inverted-U relationships between pollution and economic development. We investigate this question using a cross-national panel of data on emissions of

Do individual preferences explain the Environmental Kuznets curve

‘Dirty industries’: Patterns of change in industrial countries

This article concerns itself with the environmental role of heavily polluting industries since 1970, analysing its development in 11 basic industries, as well as electricity production and road

Income and the demand for environmental quality

  • K. McConnell
  • Economics
    Environment and Development Economics
  • 1997
The environmental Kuznets curve (EKC) is an empirical regularity showing how some pollutants increase and then decrease with rising per capita incomes. Popular discussions and models of the EKC

Economic Growth and Income Inequality

  • S. Kuznets
  • Economics
    The Gap between Rich and Poor
  • 2019
The process of industrialization engenders increasing income inequality as the labor force shifts from low-income agriculture to the high income sectors. On more advanced levels of development