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International Journal of Energy Economics and Policy |
The environment Kuznets curve (EKC) hypothesis has been widely tested in the energy economics literature. However, previous studies focused only on the mean effects and have not yet examined the role of pollution levels in the income-pollution nexus. This paper uses quantile regression to reexamine the effect of economic growth and energy consumption on dioxide carbon (CO 2) emissions for five panels of 59 countries. The results reveal that energy consumption increases CO 2 emissions in allfatcat:nf2lqqq7gjbqfirgk5kjik6aqi