Muhammad Shahbaz
Muhammad Shahbaz
Professor of Economics (Energy), Beijing Institute of Technology, China
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Economic growth, energy consumption, financial development, international trade and CO2 emissions in Indonesia
M Shahbaz, QMA Hye, AK Tiwari, NC Leitão
Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 25, 109-121, 2013
6522013
Does financial development increase energy consumption? The role of industrialization and urbanization in Tunisia
M Shahbaz, HH Lean
Energy policy 40, 473-479, 2012
5302012
The dynamic links between energy consumption, economic growth, financial development and trade in China: fresh evidence from multivariate framework analysis
M Shahbaz, S Khan, MI Tahir
Energy economics 40, 8-21, 2013
4442013
Financial development and energy consumption nexus in Malaysia: a multivariate time series analysis
F Islam, M Shahbaz, AU Ahmed, MM Alam
Economic Modelling 30, 435-441, 2013
4062013
Sdx: A software defined internet exchange
A Gupta, L Vanbever, M Shahbaz, SP Donovan, B Schlinker, N Feamster, ...
ACM SIGCOMM Computer Communication Review 44 (4), 551-562, 2014
3842014
Environmental Kuznets curve hypothesis in Pakistan: cointegration and Granger causality
M Shahbaz, HH Lean, MS Shabbir
Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 16 (5), 2947-2953, 2012
3832012
The effects of financial development, economic growth, coal consumption and trade openness on CO2 emissions in South Africa
M Shahbaz, AK Tiwari, M Nasir
Energy Policy 61, 1452-1459, 2013
3332013
A contribution of foreign direct investment, clean energy, trade openness, carbon emissions and economic growth to energy demand in UAE
R Sbia, M Shahbaz, H Hamdi
Economic modelling 36, 191-197, 2014
3252014
Environmental Kuznets curve in Romania and the role of energy consumption
M Shahbaz, M Mutascu, P Azim
Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 18, 165-173, 2013
3062013
The environmental Kuznets curve and the role of coal consumption in India: cointegration and causality analysis in an open economy
AK Tiwari, M Shahbaz, QMA Hye
Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 18, 519-527, 2013
2952013
Stock market development and economic growth: ARDL causality in Pakistan
M Shahbaz, N Ahmed, L Ali
International Research Journal of Finance and Economics 14 (1), 182-195, 2008
2792008
Does financial development reduce CO2 emissions in Malaysian economy? A time series analysis
M Shahbaz, SA Solarin, H Mahmood, M Arouri
Economic Modelling 35, 145-152, 2013
2752013
The dynamics of electricity consumption and economic growth: A revisit study of their causality in Pakistan
M Shahbaz, HH Lean
Energy 39 (1), 146-153, 2012
2652012
The relationship between religiosity and new product adoption
MS Shabbir
Journal of Islamic Marketing, 2010
2652010
Electricity consumption and economic growth nexus in Portugal using cointegration and causality approaches
M Shahbaz, CF Tang, MS Shabbir
Energy policy 39 (6), 3529-3536, 2011
2492011
Is energy consumption effective to spur economic growth in Pakistan? New evidence from bounds test to level relationships and Granger causality tests
M Shahbaz, M Zeshan, T Afza
Economic Modelling 29 (6), 2310-2319, 2012
2452012
Economic growth, electricity consumption, urbanization and environmental degradation relationship in United Arab Emirates
M Shahbaz, R Sbia, H Hamdi, I Ozturk
Ecological Indicators 45, 622-631, 2014
2442014
Does trade openness affect long run growth? Cointegration, causality and forecast error variance decomposition tests for Pakistan
M Shahbaz
Economic Modelling 29 (6), 2325-2339, 2012
2362012
How urbanization affects CO2 emissions in Malaysia? The application of STIRPAT model
M Shahbaz, N Loganathan, AT Muzaffar, K Ahmed, MA Jabran
Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 57, 83-93, 2016
2102016
Environmental Kuznets curve in an open economy: a bounds testing and causality analysis for Tunisia
M Shahbaz, N Khraief, GS Uddin, I Ozturk
Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 34, 325-336, 2014
2052014
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