Green Economics and Urbanization in OIC Member Countries

Publication Date Jun 17, 2022


Although urbanization is often discussed in the context of economic modernization, it is nevertheless a population indicator that increases urban density and changes the structure of human behavior and, as a result, affects household energy consumption patterns. Accordingly, the purpose of this study is to investigate the effect of urbanization on carbon dioxide emissions in the member countries of the Organization of the Islamic Conference using the Paneldita approach and the application of the STIRPAT model. The method used in the present study is scientific-analytical and the purpose of the research is applied. Statistics and information about the variables used in the research are extracted from the WDI2014 CD. The econometric tools used in the research are EViews software and the econometric method used in the research is the Paneldita method. The research period is 2000 to 2020 and the research area is 43 countries selected from the member countries of the Islamic conference.


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