Subject: Renewable energy consumption, economic growth, CO2 emissions, SVAR
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This study has attempted to analyze the dynamics of renewable energy consumption, economic growth, and CO2 emissions. For the analysis, we used structural VAR approach. Results of unit root tests show that all variables are non-stationary at their level form and station... View more
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