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Empirical study on spatial spillover of provincial carbon emissions and influencing factors in China

Publication Date May 1, 2016

Abstract

The paper explores the spatial spillover of carbon emissions and influencing factors based on spatial econometric model using panel series data over the period 2000–2012 in case of China. The results confirm that carbon emissions have spatial dependence, spatial spillover effects of provincial carbon emissions and influencing factors are obvious; Economic growth, industrial structure and export dependence coefficients are positive, technology progress on reducing carbon emissions growth effects is remarkable, energy prices effects failed to pass the test of significance. The spatial spillover effects of carbon emissions and related influencing factors among neighbor provinces must be considered when government departments formulate policies and development planning. The paper opens up new insights for China decrease China's carbon emissions from different dimension as a whole.

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Carbon Emissions Spatial Spillover Effects Of Carbon Emissions Panel Series Data Spatial Econometric Model China's Carbon Emissions Influencing Factors Related Influencing Factors China's Carbon Spatial Effects

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