Amin Karimu
Amin Karimu
University of Ghana Business School and CERE / Department of Economics Umeå University
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Cooking fuel preferences among Ghanaian Households: an empirical analysis
A Karimu
Energy for Sustainable Development 27, 10-17, 2015
392015
Energy intensity and convergence in Swedish industry: a combined econometric and decomposition analysis
A Karimu, R Brännlund, T Lundgren, P Söderholm
Energy Economics 62, 347-356, 2017
372017
Functional form and aggregate energy demand elasticities: A nonparametric panel approach for 17 OECD countries
A Karimu, R Brännlund
Energy Economics 36, 19-27, 2013
362013
Is knowledge that powerful? Financial literacy and access to finance
J Hussain, S Salia, A Karim
Journal of Small Business and Enterprise Development, 2018
322018
Who adopts LPG as the main cooking fuel and why? Empirical evidence on Ghana based on national survey
A Karimu, JT Mensah, G Adu
World Development 85, 43-57, 2016
322016
Elmarknaden och elprisets utveckling före och efter avregleringen: ekonometriska analyser
R Brännlund, P Söderholm, A Karimu
Centrum för Miljö-och Naturresursekonomi i Umeå (CERE), 2012
272012
Convergence in carbon dioxide emissions and the role of growth and institutions: a parametric and non-parametric analysis
B Runar, K Amin, S Patrik
Environmental Economics and Policy Studies 19 (2), 359-390, 2017
21*2017
Stock return distribution in the BRICS
G Adu, P Alagidede, A Karimu
Review of Development Finance 5 (2), 98-109, 2015
172015
An empirical analysis of exchange rate dynamics and pass-through effects on domestic prices in Ghana
G Adu, A Karimu, JT Mensah
International growth centre working paper, 2015
152015
Policy-induced expansion of solar and wind power capacity: Economic growth and employment in EU countries
J Jaraite, A Karimu, A Kazukauskas
The Energy Journal 38 (5), 2017
142017
Renewable electricity and sustainable development goals in the EU
RB Swain, A Karimu
World Development 125, 104693, 2020
92020
Renewable energy policy, economic growth and employment in EU countries: gain without pain?
J Jaraite, A Karimu, A Kažukauskas, P Kazukauskas
Economic Growth and Employment in EU Countries: Gain Without Pain, 2015
82015
Natural Resource Revenues and Public Investment in Resource‐rich Economies in Sub‐Saharan Africa
A Karimu, G Adu, G Marbuah, JT Mensah, F Amuakwa‐Mensah
Review of Development Economics 21 (4), e107-e130, 2017
62017
Convergence in global environmental performance: assessing heterogeneity
R Brännlund, A Karimu
Environmental Economics and Policy Studies 20 (3), 503-526, 2018
32018
Re-examining the financial development-openness nexus: nonparametric evidence for developing countries
A Karimu, G Marbuah
Journal of applied economics 20 (2), 373-394, 2017
32017
Energy efficient R&D investment and Aggregate Energy Demand: Evidence from OECD countries
A Karimu, R Brännlund
CERE Working Paper, 2015: 14, 2015
32015
Regulation, governance and the role of the informal sector in influencing environmental quality?
RB Swain, US Kambhampati, A Karimu
Ecological Economics 173, 106649, 2020
22020
Energy Poverty and Classes Missed by a Child. Evidence from a Developing Country
A Karimu, E Asiedu, J Abor
22018
Climate change and electricity consumption in S ub‐S aharan A frica: assessing the dynamic responses to climate variability
A Karimu, JT Mensah
OPEC Energy Review 39 (3), 322-345, 2015
22015
Impact of economic and non‐economic factors on gasoline demand: a varying parameter model for S weden and the UK
A Karimu
OPEC Energy Review 38 (4), 445-468, 2014
22014
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