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MUHAMMAD SHAHID HASSAN
Assistant Professor, Department of Economics, University of Management and Technology, Lahore
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Competitiveness, governance and globalization: What matters for poverty alleviation?
MS Hassan, S Bukhari, N Arshed
Environment, Development and Sustainability 22 (4), 3491-3518, 2020
932020
Coal consumption: An alternate energy resource to fuel economic growth in Pakistan
SL Satti, MS Hassan, H Mahmood, M Shahbaz
Economic Modelling 36, 282-287, 2014
752014
Natural gas consumption and economic growth in Pakistan: production function approach
MS Hassan, MN Tahir, A Wajid, H Mahmood, A Farooq
Global Business Review 19 (2), 297-310, 2018
692018
Consequences of worker’s remittances on human capital: an in-depth investigation for a case of Pakistan
MU Hassan, H Mehmood, M Shahid Hassan
Middle-East Journal of Scientific Research 14 (3), 443-452, 2013
562013
The triangular causality among education, health and economic growth: A time series analysis of Pakistan
MS Hassan, R Kalim
World applied sciences journal 18 (2), 196-207, 2012
542012
Education stock and its implication for income inequality: The case of Asian economies
N Arshed, A Anwar, MS Hassan, S Bukhari
Review of Development Economics 23 (2), 1050-1066, 2019
532019
The environmental Kuznets Curve (EKC) hypothesis in China: A review
H Mahmood, M Furqan, MS Hassan, S Rej
Sustainability 15 (7), 6110, 2023
502023
Inspecting non-linear behavior of aggregated and disaggregated renewable and non-renewable energy consumption on GDP per capita in Pakistan
J Wang, MS Hassan, M Alharthi, N Arshed, I Hanif, MI Saeed
Energy Strategy Reviews 39, 100772, 2022
442022
Factors affecting trade deficit in Pakistan, India and Bangladesh
MS Hassan, A Wajid, R Kalim
Economia Politica 34, 283-304, 2017
412017
Economic growth and inflow of remittances: do they combat poverty in an emerging economy?
SL Satti, MS Hassan, F Hayat, SR Paramati
Social Indicators Research 127, 1119-1134, 2016
372016
Probing the energy-environmental Kuznets curve hypothesis in oil and natural gas consumption models considering urbanization and financial development in Middle East countries
H Mahmood, N Maalel, MS Hassan
Energies 14 (11), 3178, 2021
292021
Prospects of environmental kuznets curve and green growth in developed and developing economies
MS Hassan, MS Meo, MZ Abd Karim, N Arshed
Studies of Applied Economics 38 (3), 2020
272020
Distribution-based effects of disaggregated GDP and environmental quality—a case of quantile on quantile estimates
MS Hassan, M Iqbal, N Arshed
Environmental Science and Pollution Research 28 (22), 28081-28095, 2021
252021
Public Defense Spending and Poverty in Pakistan
MSH Rukhsana Kalim
Hacienda Pública Española / Review of Public Economics 211 (4), 93-115, 2014
25*2014
A technological innovation and economic progress enhancement: an assessment of sustainable economic and environmental management
W Hao, F Rasul, Z Bhatti, MS Hassan, I Ahmed, N Asghar
Environmental Science and Pollution Research 28, 28585-28597, 2021
242021
An empirical inquisition of the impact of exchange rate and economic growth on export performance of Pakistan
MU Hassan, MS Hassan, H Mahmood
IDOSI Publications, 2013
242013
The impact of electric power consumption on economic growth: a case study of Portugal, France, and Finland
MS Hassan, H Mahmood, A Javaid
Environmental Science and Pollution Research 29 (30), 45204-45220, 2022
232022
STOCK MARKET AND BANKING SECTOR: ARE THEY COMPLEMENTARY FOR ECONOMIC GROWTH IN LOW HUMAN DEVELOPED ECONOMY?
RK Muhammad Shahid Hassan
Pakistan Economic and Social Review 55 (1), 1-30, 2017
222017
What lies behind fiscal deficit: a case of Pakistan
R Kalim, MS Hassan
Transylvanian Review of Administrative Sciences 9 (40), 96-113, 2013
222013
Poverty, urbanization and crime: Are they related in Pakistan
MS Hassan, MS Akbar, A Wajid, N Arshed
International Journal of Economics and Empirical Research 4 (9), 483-492, 2016
202016
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