Ilhan Ozturk mainly focuses on Cointegration, Granger causality, Econometrics, Kuznets curve and Consumption. His Cointegration research incorporates elements of Real gross domestic product, Macroeconomics and Structural break. His Granger causality research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Ordinary least squares, Environmental quality, Short run, Urbanization and Economy.
His work carried out in the field of Econometrics brings together such families of science as Real income and Per capita. As part of his studies on Kuznets curve, Ilhan Ozturk often connects relevant areas like Gross domestic product. He has included themes like Distributed lag, Unit root test, Natural resource economics, Monetary economics and Non-renewable resource in his Consumption study.
His primary areas of investigation include Cointegration, Econometrics, Consumption, Granger causality and Macroeconomics. His study in Cointegration is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Kuznets curve, Per capita and Economy. Ilhan Ozturk interconnects Globalization and Ecological footprint in the investigation of issues within Kuznets curve.
His research investigates the connection with Per capita and areas like Panel data which intersect with concerns in International economics. Ilhan Ozturk works mostly in the field of Consumption, limiting it down to topics relating to Natural resource economics and, in certain cases, Fossil fuel, Energy intensity and Sustainable development. His research integrates issues of Urbanization, Monetary economics and Error correction model in his study of Granger causality.
His main research concerns Environmental pollution, Kuznets curve, Distributed lag, Consumption and Per capita. As a part of the same scientific family, he mostly works in the field of Kuznets curve, focusing on Macroeconomics and, on occasion, Environmental impact assessment. Ilhan Ozturk has researched Distributed lag in several fields, including Agricultural economics, Monetary economics, Short run, Developing country and Granger causality.
His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Production, Non-renewable resource and Econometrics. His study in Econometrics is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Negative sign, Ecological footprint and Time series. The Per capita study combines topics in areas such as Emerging markets, Panel data, Natural resource economics and Cointegration.
His primary scientific interests are in Kuznets curve, Consumption, Environmental degradation, Globalization and Panel data. Ilhan Ozturk has included themes like Distributed lag, Econometrics, Natural resource, Natural resource economics and Fossil fuel in his Consumption study. His Econometrics research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Non-renewable resource, Empirical research, Negative sign and Ecological footprint.
His Globalization research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Environmental quality and Macroeconomics. His Panel data research integrates issues from Life expectancy, Cointegration, Population health and Infant mortality. His Cointegration research incorporates themes from Emerging markets, Production, Per capita and Time series.
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A literature survey on energy–growth nexus
Energy Policy (2010)
The effect of renewable energy consumption on economic growth: Evidence from top 38 countries
Madhumita Bhattacharya;Sudharshan Reddy Paramati;Ilhan Ozturk;Sankar Bhattacharya.
CO2 emissions, energy consumption and economic growth in Turkey
Ilhan Ozturk;Ali Acaravci.
Renewable & Sustainable Energy Reviews (2010)
The long-run and causal analysis of energy, growth, openness and financial development on carbon emissions in Turkey
Ilhan Ozturk;Ali Acaravci.
Energy Economics (2013)
Testing Environmental Kuznets Curve hypothesis in Asian countries
Nicholas Apergis;Ilhan Ozturk.
Ecological Indicators (2015)
On the relationship between energy consumption, CO2 emissions and economic growth in Europe
Ali Acaravci;Ilhan Ozturk.
Testing environmental Kuznets curve hypothesis: The role of renewable and non-renewable energy consumption and trade in OECD countries
Mehdi Ben Jebli;Slim Ben Youssef;Ilhan Ozturk.
Ecological Indicators (2016)
Energy consumption and economic growth relationship: Evidence from panel data for low and middle income countries
Ilhan Ozturk;Alper Aslan;Huseyin Kalyoncu.
Energy Policy (2010)
Investigating the environmental Kuznets curve hypothesis in Vietnam
Usama Al-Mulali;Behnaz Saboori;Ilhan Ozturk.
Energy Policy (2015)
Renewable and non-renewable energy consumption and economic growth relationship revisited: Evidence from G7 countries
Can Tansel Tugcu;Ilhan Ozturk;Alper Aslan.
Energy Economics (2012)
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