Category: Vol. 3 No 6

Impact of renewable energies on the economic development of North African countries: Regression analysis of cointegrated panels.

Auteur 1 : EL YOUSSOUFI LahcenAuteur 2 : BOUSFOUL Hamid Keywords: Renewable energies, economic development, carbon emissions, regression ofcointegrated panels. Abstract : This article aims to examine the effect of the consumption of renewable energies on theeconomic development of North African countries. To attain this,…

Key success factors for strategic alliances: between contributing and supporting factors – Case study

Auteur 1 : AL MOUHANI Zouhair,Auteur 2 : AMZIL Roumaissae,Auteur 3 : ACHELHI Hicham,Auteur 4 : BOUNID Samira, Keywords: Strategic alliances, cooperation, performance, success factors, geographic proximity networks. Abstract: Strategic alliances as a choice for implementation and strategic expansion have attracted the interest of strategy…

Stakeholders and Corporate Environmental Responsability of Banks Groups in Africa : a Regional analysis

Auteur 1 : ZANGA ONGBWA Paul Dominique, Keywords: Environment, Governance, Corporate Environmental Responsibility, Stakeholders, Bank’s CSR Abstract: Stakeholder theory postulates that corporate environmental responsibility of banks is driven by the desire of stakeholders to meet the ecological aspirations. From this assumption, this research analyzes the…

Auteur 1 : EL YOUSSOUFI Lahcen
Auteur 2 : BOUSFOUL Hamid


Keywords:

Renewable energies, economic development, carbon emissions, regression of
cointegrated panels.


Abstract :

This article aims to examine the effect of the consumption of renewable energies on the
economic development of North African countries. To attain this, a regression of the
cointegrated panels was applied to data related to the consumption of renewable energies
in these countries over the period 1992-2018. To capture the effect of this form of energy,
we established the variable of the percentage of renewable energy consumption in relation
to the total energy consumed. For economic development, we have considered it through
its three dimensions: economic growth, health, and education. Our results confirm the
presence of a short-term and long-term relationship between renewable energy
consumption and economic development for the case of the countries examined. Indeed,
renewable energies have a positive impact on economic development. Therefore,
policymakers in these countries must act to increase investments in renewable energy for
a development with low emission of carbon.




Publié

30/06/2021

Vol. 3 No 6 (2021)

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