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The Role of Renewable Energy and Ecological Footprint on Economic Growth in Francophone African Countries in presence of Institutions
This paper targets to examine the impact of renewable energy and ecological footprint on economic growth in 14 selected French-speaking countries in Africa. The study contributes to the ongoing debate in the literature on environment growth-nexus by providing evidence that economic growth emerges with environmental degradations and can be improved when there is a robust institutional framework. The present research used the generalized method of moments (GMM) to assess a dynamic growth modeldoi:10.21203/rs.3.rs-529167/v1 fatcat:3ixt267kajap5pf4e23ide7hmq