Muhammad Shahbaz
Muhammad Shahbaz
Professor of Economics (Energy), Beijing Institute of Technology, China
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Economic growth, energy consumption, financial development, international trade and CO2 emissions in Indonesia
M Shahbaz, QMA Hye, AK Tiwari, NC Leitão
Renewable and sustainable energy reviews 25, 109-121, 2013
How economic growth, renewable electricity and natural resources contribute to CO2 emissions?
D Balsalobre-Lorente, M Shahbaz, D Roubaud, S Farhani
Energy policy 113, 356-367, 2018
Does financial development increase energy consumption? The role of industrialization and urbanization in Tunisia
M Shahbaz, HH Lean
Energy policy 40, 473-479, 2012
Environmental degradation in France: the effects of FDI, financial development, and energy innovations
M Shahbaz, MA Nasir, D Roubaud
Energy economics 74, 843-857, 2018
The dynamic links between energy consumption, economic growth, financial development and trade in China: fresh evidence from multivariate framework analysis
M Shahbaz, S Khan, MI Tahir
Energy economics 40, 8-21, 2013
The effects of financial development, economic growth, coal consumption and trade openness on CO2 emissions in South Africa
M Shahbaz, AK Tiwari, M Nasir
Energy policy 61, 1452-1459, 2013
Financial development and energy consumption nexus in Malaysia: a multivariate time series analysis
F Islam, M Shahbaz, AU Ahmed, MM Alam
Economic modelling 30, 435-441, 2013
Does financial development reduce CO2 emissions in Malaysian economy? A time series analysis
M Shahbaz, SA Solarin, H Mahmood, M Arouri
Economic modelling 35, 145-152, 2013
Environmental Kuznets curve hypothesis in Pakistan: cointegration and Granger causality
M Shahbaz, HH Lean, MS Shabbir
Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 16 (5), 2947-2953, 2012
Energy consumption, financial development and economic growth in India: New evidence from a nonlinear and asymmetric analysis
M Shahbaz, TH Van Hoang, MK Mahalik, D Roubaud
Energy Economics 63, 199-212, 2017
A contribution of foreign direct investment, clean energy, trade openness, carbon emissions and economic growth to energy demand in UAE
R Sbia, M Shahbaz, H Hamdi
Economic modelling 36, 191-197, 2014
Dynamic linkages between globalization, financial development and carbon emissions: evidence from Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation countries
SAH Zaidi, MW Zafar, M Shahbaz, F Hou
Journal of cleaner production 228, 533-543, 2019
Does foreign direct investment impede environmental quality in high-, middle-, and low-income countries?
M Shahbaz, S Nasreen, F Abbas, O Anis
Energy Economics 51, 275-287, 2015
How urbanization affects CO2 emissions in Malaysia? The application of STIRPAT model
M Shahbaz, N Loganathan, AT Muzaffar, K Ahmed, MA Jabran
Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 57, 83-93, 2016
Environmental Kuznets curve for CO2 emissions: a literature survey
M Shahbaz, A Sinha
Journal of Economic Studies 46 (1), 106-168, 2019
Estimation of environmental Kuznets curve for CO2 emission: role of renewable energy generation in India
A Sinha, M Shahbaz
Renewable energy 119, 703-711, 2018
Effects of environmental strategy, environmental uncertainty and top management's commitment on corporate environmental performance: The role of environmental management accounting
H Latan, CJC Jabbour, ABL de Sousa Jabbour, SF Wamba, M Shahbaz
Journal of cleaner production 180, 297-306, 2018
The environmental Kuznets curve and the role of coal consumption in India: cointegration and causality analysis in an open economy
AK Tiwari, M Shahbaz, QMA Hye
Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 18, 519-527, 2013
Foreign direct Investment–CO2 emissions nexus in Middle East and North African countries: Importance of biomass energy consumption
M Shahbaz, D Balsalobre-Lorente, A Sinha
Journal of cleaner production 217, 603-614, 2019
Energy innovation and renewable energy consumption in the correction of air pollution levels
A Alvarez-Herranz, D Balsalobre-Lorente, M Shahbaz, JM Cantos
Energy policy 105, 386-397, 2017
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