publication . Article . 2017

CO2 Emissions, Real GDP, Renewable Energy and Tourism: Evidence from Panel of the Most-Visited Countries

Eyüp Doğan;
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  • Published: 01 Sep 2017 Journal: Statistika: Statistics and Economy Journal (issn: 0322-788X, eissn: 1804-8765, Copyright policy)
  • Publisher: Czech Statistical Office
Abstract
Previous studies on the energy-environment-growth literature overlook the investigation of the most-visited countries. Since these countries do not only belong to the largest economies and the top carbon dioxide (CO2) emitters in the world but are also listed in renewable energy country attractiveness index, this study analyzes the impacts of real GDP, renewable energy and tourism on the level of CO2 emissions for the top 10 mostvisited countries. Applying several panel econometric approaches, we find out that renewable energy mitigates the pollution whereas real GDP and tourism contribute to the level of emissions. Thus, regulatory policies are necessary to inc...
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free text keywords: Carbon dioxide emissions, tourism, renewable energy, real GDP, heterogeneity, cross-sectional dependence, Statistics, HA1-4737
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