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Energy consumption, carbon emissions and economic growth: An empirical analysis of China

Publication Date Sep 1, 2012

Abstract

This paper analyzes the effect of energy consumption and carbon emissions in China during the period of 1978–2005. We examine the Granger causality relationships between economic growth, energy consumption and carbon emissions. We find that there only has unidirectional Granger causality between economic growth, energy consumption and carbon emissions in China. It means that energy consumption and carbon emissions are not the Granger causality of economic growth, but economic growth is the Granger causality of energy consumption and carbon emissions. In the end, we provide some advices about energy saving and emission reduction.

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Carbon Emissions In China Energy Carbon Emissions Carbon Emissions Economic Growth Energy Consumption Unidirectional Granger Causality Granger Causality Economic Energy Consumption Economic Emissions Effect Of Carbon Emissions

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