Parisa Esmaeili
Parisa Esmaeili
Allameh Tabataba'i University, Department of Economics
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A step towards environmental mitigation: How do economic complexity and natural resources matter? Focusing on different institutional quality level countries
M Rafei, P Esmaeili, D Balsalobre-Lorente
Resources Policy 78, 102848, 2022
Revisiting the environmental Kuznetz curve and pollution haven hypothesis in N-11 economies: Fresh evidence from panel quantile regression
P Esmaeili, DB Lorente, A Anwar
Environmental Research 228, 115844, 2023
Dynamics analysis of factors affecting electricity consumption fluctuations based on economic conditions: Application of SVAR and TVP-VAR models
P Esmaeili, M Rafei
Energy 226, 120340, 2021
The role of economic policy uncertainty and social welfare in the view of ecological footprint: evidence from the traditional and novel platform in panel ARDL approaches
P Esmaeili, M Rafei, D Balsalobre-Lorente, FF Adedoyin
Environmental Science and Pollution Research 30 (5), 13048-13066, 2023
Asymmetric Impacts of Renewable Energy on Human Development: Exploring the Role of Carbon Emissions, Economic Growth, and Urbanization in European Union Countries
N Karimi Alavijeh, MT Ahmadi Shadmehri, P Esmaeili, F Dehdar
Journal of the Knowledge Economy, 1-25, 2024
Energy intensity determinants based on structure-oriented cointegration by embedding a knowledge box in a time series model: evidence from Iran
P Esmaeili, M Rafei
Environmental Science and Pollution Research 29 (9), 13504-13522, 2022
The Effect of Government Fiscal Responses on the Dynamics of Macroeconomic Variables under Pandemic Disease Conditions
M Rafei, A Keshavarzi, P Esmaeili
Iranian Economic Review, 2022
Analyzing the Time-Varying Impact of Demand and Supply Shocks in the Global Crude Oil Market and Their Effects on Renewable Energy Consumption: The Case of the United States
P Esmaeili, M Rafei, M Salari, D Balsalobre-Lorente
Available at SSRN 4812924, 0
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