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International Journal of the Energy-Growth Nexus

International Journal of the Energy-Growth Nexus (IJEGN)

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  • Oil and Growth Nexus: Fresh Evidence from Top-Ten Oil Producing Countries   Order a copy of this article
    by Nasiru INUWA, Sagir Adamu, Yakaka Bukar Maina, Aminu Bello 
    Abstract: Oil as one of the most frequently used categories of energy resources has also been viewed as a critical factor of production coequal to labour and capital. Thus, oil consumption is linked to many economic activities and any energy policies might likely affect this relationship. This study examines the nexus between oil consumption and economic growth by controlling for labour and capital within the framework of a modified aggregate production function in the top-ten oil producing countries in the world during the period 1990
    Keywords: CS-ARDL; economic growth; oil consumption; production function; capital; labour.
    DOI: 10.1504/IJEGN.2022.10054308