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Publicações

(2019) The Extended Energy-Growth Nexus: Theory and Empirical Applications. Cambridge: Academic Press, Elsevier.
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(2019) Socioeconomic causes and consequences of pilgrimage: a VAR approach to the Shrine of Fátima. 104-107.
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(2019) Economic Growth, Tourism and Terrorism: An Empirical Analysis. 7-11.
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(2019) The relationship between financial development and economic growth in European countries. 5528-5540.
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(2019) Are There Spillovers from China on the Global Energy-Growth Nexus? Evidence from Four World Regions. Economies, 7, 59.
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(2019) ARE ECONOMIC GROWTH AND SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT CONVERGING? EVIDENCE FROM THE COMPARABLE GENUINE PROGRESS INDICATOR FOR ORGANISATION FOR ECONOMIC CO-OPERATION AND DEVELOPMENT COUNTRIES. International Journal of Energy Economics and Policy, 9, 202-213.
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(2019) Energy efficiency and sustainable growth in industrial sectors in European Union countries: A nonlinear ARDL approach. Journal of Cleaner Production, 239, 118045.
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(2019) Are renewables affecting income distribution and increasing the risk of household poverty?. Energy, 170, 791-803.
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(2019) The impact of feed-in and capacity policies on electricity generation from renewable energy sources in Spain. Utilities Policy, 56, 159-168.
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(2019) The impact of public capital stock on energy consumption: Empirical evidence from Latin America and the Caribbean region. International Economics, 160, 43-55.
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(2019) Does financial openness cause the intensification of environmental degradation? New evidence from Latin American and Caribbean countries. Environmental Economics and Policy Studies, 21, 507-532.
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(2019) Decoupling economic growth from GHG emissions: Decomposition analysis by sectoral factors for Australia. Economic Analysis and Policy, 62, 12-26.
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(2019) THE ENERGY-GROWTH NEXUS WITHIN OIL PRODUCTION AND OIL RENTS CONTEXT. Revista de Estudos Sociais, 21, 161.
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(2019) The Nexus between Financial Development and Economic Growth: Evidence from European Countries. Journal of Economics Studies and Research, 1-20.
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(2019) Fatores que influenciam as visitas turístico-religiosas ao Santuário de Fátima: uma perspectiva económica. Estudos de Religião, 33, 159-180.
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(2019) THE IMPACT OF WEALTH AND POVERTY ON GAMBLING EXPENDITURE IN THE UNITED STATES. Revista de Estudos Sociais, 21, 174.
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(2019) The relationship between economic growth, consumption of energy, and environmental degradation: renewed evidence from Andean community nations. Environment Systems and Decisions, 39, 95-107.
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(2019) Accommodating renewable energy sources in a small electricity market: An analysis considering the interactions of sources within Portugal and Spain. Heliyon, 5, e02354.
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(2019) Technological progress and other factors behind the adoption of electric vehicles: Empirical evidence for EU countries. Research in Transportation Economics, 74, 28-39.
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(2019) Delinquency and Default in USA Student Debt as a Proportional Response to Unemployment and Average Debt per Borrower. Economies, 7, 100.
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(2019) The Impact of Financial Development and Globalisation on Economic Growth: Evidence from a Macro Panel of Ten Countries. Asian Economic and Financial Review, 9, 366-388.
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(2019) The dynamics of the short and long-run effects of public policies supporting renewable energy: A comparative study of installed capacity and electricity generation. Economic Analysis and Policy, 63, 188-206.
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(2020) Effects of financial openness on renewable energy investments expansion in Latin American countries. Journal of Sustainable Finance & Investment, 10, 65-82.
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(2020) The impact of globalization and economic freedom on economic growth: the case of the Latin America and Caribbean countries. Economic Change and Restructuring, 53, 61-85.
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(2018) Does financial openness increase environmental degradation? Fresh evidence from MERCOSUR countries. Environmental Science and Pollution Research, 25, 30508-30516.
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(2018) Could alternative energy sources in the transport sector decarbonise the economy without compromising economic growth?. Environment, Development and Sustainability, 20, 23-40.
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(2018) The impact of economic growth on CO2 emissions in Australia: the environmental Kuznets curve and the decoupling index. Environmental Science and Pollution Research, 25, 27283-27296.
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(2018) On the drivers of peak electricity demand: What is the role played by battery electric cars?. Energy, 159, 905-915.
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(2018) Have fossil fuels been substituted by renewables? An empirical assessment for 10 European countries. Energy Policy, 116, 257-265.
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(2018) Interactions between electricity generation sources and economic activity in two Nord Pool systems. Evidence from Estonia and Sweden. Applied Economics, 50, 3115-3127.
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(2018) Ordinary and Special Regimes of electricity generation in Spain: How they interact with economic activity. Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews, 81, 1226-1240.
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(2018) Assessing eco-efficiency through the DEA analysis and decoupling index in the Latin America countries. Journal of Cleaner Production, 205, 512-524.
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(2018) Economic growth, sustainable development and food consumption: Evidence across different income groups of countries. Journal of Cleaner Production, 196, 245-258.
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(2018) How economic growth in Australia reacts to CO 2 emissions, fossil fuels and renewable energy consumption. International Journal of Energy Sector Management, 12, 696-713.
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(2019) The relationship between public capital stock, private capital stock and economic growth in the Latin American and Caribbean countries. International Review of Economics.
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(2020) The impact of globalization and economic freedom on economic growth: the case of the Latin America and Caribbean countries. Economic Change and Restructuring, 53, 61-85.
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(2019) Energy-growth nexus and economic development: a quantile regression for panel data. The Extended Energy-Growth Nexus: Theory and Empirical Applications, (pp 1-25). Cambridge:
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(2019) Energy-growth nexus, domestic credit and environmental sustainability: A panel causality analysis. The Extended Energy-Growth Nexus: Theory and Empirical Applications, (pp 173-197). Cambridge:
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(2019) Daily management of the electricity generation mix in France and Germany. The Extended Energy-Growth Nexus: Theory and Empirical Applications, (pp 253-301). Cambridge:
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(2019) The relationship between financial openness, renewable and non-renewable energy consumption, CO2 emissions, and economic growth in the Latin American countries: An approach with a PVAR model. The Extended Energy-Growth Nexus: Theory and Empirical Applications, (pp 199-229). Cambridge:
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(2019) The interactions between conventional and alternative energy sources in the transport sector: A panel of OECD countries. The Extended Energy-Growth Nexus: Theory and Empirical Applications, (pp 231-252). Cambridge:
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(2019) On the augmented energy-growth nexus: Electricity generation, waste, and CO2 emissions in Latin America and Caribbean countries: A panel ARDL approach.. The Extended Energy-Growth Nexus: Theory and Empirical Applications, (pp 27-55). Cambridge:
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(2019) The effect of fiscal and financial incentive policies for renewable energy on CO2 emissions: The case for the Latin American region. The Extended Energy-Growth Nexus: Theory and Empirical Applications, (pp 141-172). Cambridge:
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(2019) Income inequality, globalization, and economic growth: A panel VAR approach for Latin American countries. The Extended Energy-Growth Nexus: Theory and Empirical Applications, (pp 57-96). Cambridge:
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(2019) The impacts of China's effect and globalization on the augmented energy-nexus: evidence in four aggregated regions. The Extended Energy-Growth Nexus: Theory and Empirical Applications, (pp 97-139). Cambridge:
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