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2017 | 5 | nr 1 Enterprise in Global Environment | 79--93
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Energy Structure, Economic Growth, and Carbon Emissions: Evidence from Shaanxi Province of China (1990-2012)

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Can different economic development levels cause different carbon emissions, which being accordance to Environmental Kuznets Curve Hypothesis? This paper says 'yes' and utilizes a vector autoregression (VAR) model which focuses on different energy types, economic growth and carbon emissions, based on empirical data. The results show that when area's growth suffers a positive impulse, the trend of carbon emissions will rise firstly and then decline, and the relationship of them is an inverted "U" type of Kuznets curve. (original abstract)
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  • Northwest University, School of Economics Management, China
  • Northwest University, School of Economics Management, China
  • University of New South Wales in Sydney, Australia; Northwest University, School of Economics Management, China
  • Northwest University, School of Economics Management, China
  • Northwest University, School of Economics Management, China
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