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Alma Mater Europaea

EducationMaribor, Slovenia
About: Alma Mater Europaea is a education organization based out in Maribor, Slovenia. It is known for research contribution in the topics: Population & Higher education. The organization has 77 authors who have published 131 publications receiving 585 citations.

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25 Oct 2021-Energy
TL;DR: In this article, the authors tried to connect sustainable development goals with energy efficiency for 20 Asian and Pacific (AP) countries using Data Envelopment Analysis (DEA) from 2000 to 2018.

131 citations

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01 May 2021-Energy
TL;DR: In this paper, the authors explored the dynamic links among energy transitions, energy consumption, and sustainable economic growth in thirty-eight International Energy Agency (IEA) countries and found long-run relationships among the variables.

121 citations

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TL;DR: In this paper, the impact of energy trilemma and population growth on economic growth in the top ten countries in the World Energy Trilemma Index (WETI) 2020 was examined.
Abstract: Economic growth can increase the economy's energy intensity, impeding security through unmanaged demand and affecting sustainability. This study employed energy use, population growth, and financial development from 1990 to 2016 as moderator variables to examine the impact of energy trilemma on the economic growth of the top ten countries in the World Energy Trilemma Index (WETI) 2020. We applied advanced econometric methodologies for empirical analysis, such as second-generation panel unit root tests, and cross-section dependence. Besides, we used the random-effect and fixed effect panel generalized method of moments (GMM) for short-run estimates and the random effect and fixed effect generalized least squares (GLS) regressions and robust fully modified least squares (FMOLS) regression for the long-run estimates. The results indicate that the impact of energy trilemma and population growth on economic growth are significant only in the long-run, while energy use and financial development influence economic growth in both the short-run and the long-run. Our findings suggest that policymakers implement lesser potential for Pareto perfections in the energy system by levying energy security, affordability, and sustainability taxes on energy products, and that they highlight energy efficiency and support robust policies to enhance financial development. Study limitations and directions for future research in the area are discussed.

119 citations

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TL;DR: The FMOLS model finds a positive relationship between construction revenue and carbon emission, suggesting that China's construction activities negatively affect the environment, and a negative relationship between importation from China and carbon emissions, implying a positive environmental footprint by China in Africa.

107 citations

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TL;DR: In this paper, the authors explored the implications of financial development, environmental-related technologies, research and development, energy intensity, renewable energy production, natural resource depletion, and temperature in a sustainable environment in Canada by using a time series model.
Abstract: Environmental sustainability concerns are increasing worldwide; both developing and developed countries face environmental degradation. Literature has highlighted the environment-growth nexus; however, the impact of environmental-related technologies on the environment is ignored in early studies. This study aims to explore the implications of financial development, environmental-related technologies, research and development, energy intensity, renewable energy production, natural resource depletion, and temperature in a sustainable environment in Canada by using a time series model, i.e., dynamic ARDL simulations (Jordan and Philips 2018) with data from 1989 to 2020. The examined findings of the dynamic ARDL simulations indicate that environmental-related technologies in Canada help to reduce environmental degradation both in the short run and in the long run. At the same time, financial development, energy intensity, renewable energy production, research and development, natural resource depletion, and temperature causes boost the environmental degradation in Canada. To achieve sustainable environment, Canada needs to improve innovations in the environmental-related technologies for achieving sustainable growth and environment.

77 citations


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No. of papers from the Institution in previous years
YearPapers
20234
20223
202155
202015
201923
201815