The Environment, Growth and Foreign Aid: An Analysis with Energy and Carbon Emissions Intensities
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The aim of this thesis was to examine the relationships between the environment, economic growth and foreign aid. To this end, a simultaneous equations model was employed to analyse the interrelationships between energy and carbon emissions intensities, GDP per capita and foreign aid. An additional contribution was made through the consideration of foreign aid both in aggregate, as well as sectorally disaggregated form.
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