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Energy Growth Nexus in an era of Globalization reviews current research and practical policy considerations reflective of the ongoing transformation, covering four broad globalization themes from existing research literature: energy consumption, renewable energy consumption, financial markets and energy markets. Within these themes, contributors evaluate transformations in the energy-growth association relating to economic slowdowns, trade patterns, impacts of globalization, cross-border technological spillovers, changes in the risk profile of the countries, advent of Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), changes in the pattern of cross-border labor force migration, and rising environmental awareness, among many other considerations.
Policymakers, energy economists, and energy researchers in a range of connected disciplines will find this to be a great resource on the energy growth sector.
- Addresses globalization relating to energy consumption, environmental quality, econometrics and energy markets
- Demonstrates how to design effective energy and environmental policies in a rapidly globalizing world within a Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) framework
- Reviews open research questions relevant to energy-growth nexus so policymakers can bring forth socioeconomic stability
Early career social science researchers and economists involved in research on environmental and energy policies, impact assessment of socio-economic liberalization, and policy design for sustainable development. Policymakers
Globalization and Energy Consumption
1. The Energy Consumption-Growth Nexus in Jamaica: Did Globalization Matter?
2. The Nexus between Globalization and Energy Consumption: Evidence from OECD Region
3. The moderating role of globalization on the energy-growth nexus in developing countries
4. Is globalization a driver for efficient energy consumption and a sustainable growth?
5. Modeling the industrial output with various energy sources in Pakistan
6. Econometric analysis of economic growth-energy consumption nexus in emerging economies: The role of globalization
7. Energy Consumption, Financial Development, Globalisation and Economic Growth in Poland: New Evidence from an Asymmetric Analysis
Globalization and Renewable Energy Consumption
8. A Long Run Nexus of Renewable Energy Consumption and Economic Growth in Nepal
9. Renewable energy, human capital index and economic complexity in Latin America
10. Green Growth, Energy Transition, and Sustainable Development: Are we on the right track?
11. Is There an Asymmetric Causality Between Renewable Energy and Energy Consumption in BIC Countries?
12. Investigation on the Job Creation Effect of Green Energy in OECD Countries
Globalization and Financial Markets
13. Return and volatility spillovers between fossil oil and seafood commodity markets
14. Commodities Spillover Effect in the United States: Insight from the Housing, Energy, and Agricultural Commodity Markets
15. Optimal Forecast Models for Clean Energy Stock Returns
16. The impact of political/economic risk and uncertainties on energy demand
17. Economics of Offshore Renewable Energy
18. Offshore Wind: Concrete or Steel?
19. Assessing the impacts of Firm internationalization, and Human capital on Energy consumption: Firm-level Cross country analysis
20. Making green finance work for sustainable energy transition and development
21. Energy Imports and Sustainable Growth in Malaysia
Energy-Growth-Globalization nexus and Environment
22. A Revisit of Globalization and Carbon Dioxide Emission Nexus: Evidence from Top Globalized Economies
23. Energy, the Environment, and Economic Growth: A Global Dynamic Systems Framework
24. Status of Green Economy Potential and Utilization in Algeria
25. Investigating the Determinants of Energy Efficiency in Emerging Economies: Comparative Roles of Trade and Financial Globalization
26. Exploring the linkages between technological advancements and environmental degradation on energy-growth nexus
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Dr. Muhammad Shahbaz is Professor (Tenured) of Energy Economics, School of Management and Economics, Beijing Institute of Technology, Beijing, China. Dr. Muhammad Shahbaz is Visiting Research Fellow at Department of Land Economy, University of Cambridge, United Kingdom. He received his Ph.D. in Economics from National College of Business Administration and Economics, Lahore Campus, Pakistan. He has widely published in peer-reviewed international journals. He has published more than 325 research papers so far.
Professor (Tenured) of Energy Economics, School of Management and Economics, Beijing Institute of Technology, Beijing, China
Dr. Aviral Kumar Tiwari is Associate Professor at Rajagiri Business School (RBS), India. Prior to joining RBS, he served as Associate Professor at Montpellier Business School, France, and as an Assistant Professor at IBS Hyderabad, India. His research interests focus on various issues concerning energy, environment, tourism, macroeconomy and growth & development. He has published in various journals of international repute including top ranked journals in the prestigious Financial Times 50 list. His previous researches have featured in journals such as Journal of Business Ethics, Tourism Management, Annals of Tourism Research, Economics Letters, Energy Economics, International Review of Financial Analysis, Economic Modelling and many others.
Associate Professor, Rajagiri Business School (RBS), India
Avik Sinha is an Assistant Professor, Area of General Management and Economics, Goa Institute of Management, India. He is FPM in Economics from Indian Institute of Management Indore. He has published several works in Journal of Cleaner Production, Current Issues in Tourism, Ecological Indicators, and several other journals. His research areas include Energy and Environmental Economics, Tourism Economics, and Sustainable Development.
Assistant Professor, Area of General Management and Economics, Goa Institute of Management, India
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