Beyond the Environmental Kuznets Curve in Africa: Evidence from Panel Cointegration
The main objective of this study is to establish the applicability of the environmental Kuznets curve (EKC) hypothesis in explaining the relationship between environmental pollution and development in Africa. The EKC has been used to explain such relationships in a variety of contexts, yet rarely applied in Africa, despite it hosting both the poorest countries in the world, 60% of those with...
Published at Journal of Environmental Policy & Planning
Published in 2014
EVANS OSABUOHIEN, UCHENNA EFOBI & CILIAKA GITAU
Osabuohien Evans » Evans Osabuohien is presently the Head of his Department (Economics & Development Studies, Covenant University, Ota, Nigeria).He holds B.Sc, M.Sc and Ph.D (Economics) and started lecturing and researching in 2004. He was a research fellow at German Development Institute, Bonn with fellowship from Alexander von Humboldt Foundation (October 2013 –December 2014).He held same fellowship at German... view full profile
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