Trends in economic growth, poverty and energy in Colombia: long-run and short-run effects

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Cotte Poveda, Alexander; Pardo Martínez, Clara;

This research analyses the long run and short run relationships among economic growth, poverty and energy using the Colombian case. In this study, we use the time-series methodologies. The results regarding the relationship among economic growth, poverty and energy show... View more
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