Бекун Фестус Виктор

Старший научный сотрудник кафедры «Экономическая безопасность»
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Статьи и монографии за последние три года: 
Accounting for the combined impacts of natural resources rent, income level, and energy consumption on environmental quality of G7 economies: a panel quantile regression approach / B.A. Gyamfi //Environmental Science and Pollution Research.–2022.–Vol. 29 No. 2.– P.2806-2818
Determinants of CO2 emissions in the BRICS economies: The role of partnerships investment in energy and economic complexity / A.E. Caglar //Sustainable Energy Technologies and Assessments.–2022.–Vol. 51
Adedoyin, F.F. The alternative energy utilization and common regional trade outlook in EU-27: Evidence from common correlated effects / F.F. Adedoyin, A.A. Alola, F.V. Bekun //Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews.–2021.–Vol. 145
Agboola, M.O. Pathway to environmental sustainability: Nexus between economic growth, energy consumption, CO2 emission, oil rent and total natural resources rent in Saudi Arabia / M.O. Agboola, F.V. Bekun, U.. Joshua //Resources Policy.–2021.–Vol. 74
Alola, A.A Is clean energy prosperity and technological innovation rapidly mitigating sustainable energy-development deficit in selected sub-Saharan Africa? A myth or reality / A.A. Alola, I.. Ozturk, F.V. Bekun //Energy Policy.–2021.–Vol. 158
An investigation into the anthropogenic effect of biomass energy utilization and economic sustainability on environmental degradation in E7 economies / B.A. Gyamfi //Biofuels, Bioproducts and Biorefining.–2021.–Vol. 15 No. 3.– P.840-851
Balsalobre-Lorente, D.. Fresh Validation of the Low Carbon Development Hypothesis under the EKC Scheme in Portugal, Italy, Greece and Spain / D.. Balsalobre-Lorente, N.. Leitão, F.. Bekun //Energies.–2021.–Vol. 14 No. 1
Beyond the environmental Kuznets Curve in E7 economies: Accounting for the combined impacts of institutional quality and renewables / Bekun, F.V //Journal of Cleaner Production.–2021.–Vol. 314
Cary, M.. Democracy and deforestation: The role of spillover effects / M.. Cary, F.. Bekun //Forest Policy and Economics.–2021.–Vol. 125
Economic performance of India amidst high CO2 emissions / E.. Udemba //Sustainable Production and Consumption.–2021.–Vol. 27.– P.52-60
Economic performance of Indonesia amidst CO2 emissions and agriculture: a time series analysis / T.S. Adebayo //Environmental Science and Pollution Research.–2021.–Vol. 28 No. 35.– P.47942-47956
Environmental implications of N-shaped environmental Kuznets curve for E7 countries / B.A. Gyamfi //Environmental Science and Pollution Research.–2021.–Vol. 28 No. 25.– P.33072-33082
Kirikkaleli, D.. New insights into economic expansion in the United Kingdom: Does energy mix specificity matter? / D.. Kirikkaleli, A.A. Alola, F.V. Bekun //International Journal of Energy Research.–2021.–Vol. 45 No. 13.– P.18577-18589
Nathaniel, S.. Assessing the environmental sustainability corridor: Linking natural resources, renewable energy, human capital, and ecological footprint in BRICS / S.. Nathaniel, K.. Yalçiner, F.. Bekun //Resources Policy.–2021.–Vol. 70
Ozcan, C.C. Tourism-induced pollutant emissions in Mediterranean countries: Evidence from panel causality analysis / C.C. Ozcan, F.V. Bekun, S.. Nazlioglu //International Social Science Journal.–2021.–Vol. 71 No. 241-242.– P.261-281
Re-examining the roles of economic globalization and natural resources consequences on environmental degradation in E7 economies: Are human capital and urbanization essential components? / S.. Taiwo Onifade //Resources Policy.–2021.–Vol. 74
The anthropogenic consequences of energy consumption in E7 economies: Juxtaposing roles of renewable, coal, nuclear, oil and gas energy: Evidence from panel quantile method / B.A. Gyamfi //Journal of Cleaner Production.–2021.–Vol. 295
The implications of renewable and non-renewable energy generating in Sub-Saharan Africa: The role of economic policy uncertainties / F.. Adedoyin //Energy Policy.–2021.–Vol. 150
Towards achieving environmental sustainability: environmental quality versus economic growth in a developing economy on ecological footprint via dynamic simulations of ARDL / S.. Solarin //Environmental Science and Pollution Research.–2021
Wada, I.. Exploring the role of conventional energy consumption on environmental quality in Brazil: Evidence from cointegration and conditional causality / I.. Wada, A.. Faizulayev, F.V. Bekun //Gondwana Research.–2021.–Vol. 98.– P.244-256
Adedoyin, A.F. An assessment of environmental sustainability corridor: The role of economic expansion and research and development in EU countries / A.F. Adedoyin, A.A. Alola, Ф.В. Бекун //Science of the Total Environment.–2020 No. 713
Adedoyin, F.. Modelling the interaction between tourism, energy consumption, pollutant emissions and urbanization: renewed evidence from panel VAR / F.. Adedoyin, F.. Bekun //Environmental Science and Pollution Research.–2020.–Vol. 27 No. 31.– P.38881-38900
Adedoyin, F.F. Growth Impact of Transition from Non-renewable to Renewable Energy in the EU: The role of Research and Development Expenditure / F.F. Adedoyin, F.B. Bekun, A.A. Alola //Renewable Energy.–2020.–Vol. 159.– P.1139-1145
Adedoyin, F.F. The nexus of environmental sustainability and agro-economic performance of Sub-Saharan African countries / F.F. Adedoyin, A.A. Alola, F.V. Bekun //Heliyon.–2020.–Vol. 6 No. 9
Akinmade, B.. The impact of stock market manipulation On Nigeria’s economic performance / B.. Akinmade, F.. Adedoyin, F.. Bekun //Journal of Economic Structures.–2020.–Vol. 9 No. 1
An empirical retrospect of the impacts of government expenditures on economic growth: new evidence from the Nigerian economy / S.. Onifade //Journal of Economic Structures.–2020.–Vol. 9 No. 1
Balcilar, M.. Do oil prices and exchange rates account for agricultural commodity market spillovers? Evidence from the Diebold and Yilmaz Index / M.. Balcilar, F.. Bekun //Agrekon.–2020
Balcilar, M.. Spillover dynamics across price inflation and selected agricultural commodity prices / M.. Balcilar, F.. Bekun //Journal of Economic Structures.–2020.–Vol. 9 No. 1
Causal interactions among tourism, foreign direct investment, domestic credits, and economic growth: evidence from selected Mediterranean countries / A.. Tecell //Portuguese Economic Journal.–2020.–Vol. 19 No. 3.– P.195-212
Consequences of COVID-19 on the social isolation of the Chinese economy: accounting for the role of reduction in carbon emissions / D.. Balsalobre-Lorent //Air Quality, Atmosphere and Health.–2020
Does electricity consumption and globalization increase pollutant emissions? Implications for environmental sustainability target for China / S.. Akadiri //Environmental Science and Pollution Research.–2020.–Vol. 27 No. 20.– P.25450-25460
Does globalization in Turkey induce increased energy consumption: insights into its environmental pros and cons / M.. Etokakpan //Environmental Science and Pollution Research.–2020
Does life expectancy, death rate and public health expenditure matter in sustaining economic growth under COVID-19: Empirical evidence from Nigeria? / G.. Alhassan //Journal of Public Affairs.–2020
Does sustainable growth, energy consumption and environment challenges matter for Belt and Road Initiative feat? A novel empirical investigation / A.. Rauf //Journal of Cleaner Production.–2020.–Vol. 262
Energy consumption, economic policy uncertainty and carbon emissions
causality evidence from resource rich economies / S.. Adams //Economic Analysis and Policy.–2020.–Vol. 68.– P.179-190
Energy-climate-economy-population nexus: An empirical analysis in Kenya, Senegal, and Eswatini / S.. Sarkodi //Sustainability.–2020.–Vol. 12 No. 15
Generation of energy and environmental-economic growth consequences: Is there any difference across transition economies? / F.. Adedoyin //Energy Reports.–2020.–Vol. 6.– P.1418-1427
Gokmenog, K.. Revisiting the linkage between oil and agricultural commodity prices: Panel evidence from an Agrarian state / K.. Gokmenog, H.. Güngör, F.. Bekun //International Journal of Finance and Economics.–2020
Gyamfi, B.. Investigating the nexus between hydroelectricity energy, renewable energy, nonrenewable energy consumption on output: evidence from E7 countries / B.. Gyamfi, M.. Bein, F.. Bekun //Environmental Science and Pollution Research.–2020
Investigating the stationarity hypothesis of Gross Domestic Product per capita in Central and Eastern Europe and Commonwealth of Independent State countries: Evidence using Fourier based panel KPSS test / A.. Tiwari //Journal of Public Affairs.–2020.–Vol. 20 No. 3
Joshua, U.. New insight into the causal linkage between economic expansion, FDI, coal consumption, pollutant emissions and urbanization in South Africa / U.. Joshua, F.. Bekun, S.. Sarkodie //Environmental Science and Pollution Research.–2020.–Vol. 27 No. 15.– P.18013-18024
Joshua, U.. Revisiting the causal nexus between coal energy consumption, economic growth, and pollutant emission: sorting out the causality / U.. Joshua, G.. Uzuner, F.. Bekun //Environmental Science and Pollution Research.–2020.–Vol. 27 No. 24.– P.30265-30274
Joshua, U.. The path to achieving environmental sustainability in South Africa: the role of coal consumption, economic expansion, pollutant emission, and total natural resources rent / U.. Joshua, F.. Bekun //Environmental Science and Pollution Research.–2020
Kirikkaleli, D.. Nuclear energy consumption and economic growth in the UK: Evidence from wavelet coherence approach / D.. Kirikkaleli, F.F. Adedoyin, F.. Bekun //Journal of Public Affairs.–2020
Kose, N.. Criticality of sustainable research and development-led growth in EU: the role of renewable and non-renewable energy / N.. Kose, F.. Bekun, A.A. Alola //Environmental Science and Pollution Research.–2020
Modeling natural gas consumption, capital formation, globalization, CO2 emissions and economic growth nexus in Malaysia: Fresh evidence from combined cointegration and causality analysis / M.. Etokakpan //Energy Strategy Reviews.–2020.–Vol. 31
Modeling the dynamic linkage between financial development, energy innovation, and environmental quality: Does globalization matter? / M.. Baloch //Business Strategy and the Environment.–2020
Nathaniel, S.. Electricity consumption, urbanization, and economic growth in Nigeria: New insights from combined cointegration amidst structural breaks / S.. Nathaniel, F.. Bekun //Journal of Public Affairs.–2020
Olasehinde-Williams, G.. Pathway to achieving sustainable food security in Sub-Saharan Africa: The role of agricultural mechanization / G.. Olasehinde-Williams, F.. Adedoyin, F.. Bekun //JOURNAL OF LABOR AND SOCIETY.–2020.–Vol. 23 No. 3.– P.349-366
Renewed evidence of environmental sustainability from globalization and energy consumption over economic growth in China / Bekun, F. //Environmental Science and Pollution Research.–2020
Rethinking electricity consumption and economic growth nexus in Turkey: environmental pros and cons / M.. Etokakpan //Environmental Science and Pollution Research.–2020.–Vol. 27 No. 31.– P.39222-39240
Revisiting the economic growth and agriculture nexus in Nigeria: Evidence from asymmetric cointegration and frequency domain causality approaches / M.. Agboola //Journal of Public Affairs.–2020
Solarin, S.. Sustainable electricity generation: the possibility of substituting fossil fuels for hydropower and solar energy in Italy / S.. Solarin, M.. Bello, F.. Bekun //International Journal of Sustainable Development and World Ecology.–2020
Structural breaks in CO2 emissions: Are they caused by climate change protests or other factors? / F.. Adedoyin //Journal of Environmental Management.–2020.–Vol. 266
Testing the transport-induced environmental Kuznets curve hypothesis: The role of air and railway transport / S.. Erdogan //Journal of Air Transport Management.–2020.–Vol. 89
The asymmetric impact of air transport on economic growth in Spain: fresh evidence from the tourism-led growth hypothesis / D.. Balsalobre-Lorente //Current Issues in Tourism.–2020
The criticality of growth, urbanization, electricity and fossil fuel consumption to environment sustainability in Africa / S.A. Asongu //Science of the Total Environment.–2020.–Vol. 712 No. -
The effects of air transportation, energy, ICT and FDI on economic growth in the industry 4.0 era: Evidence from the United States / F.. Adedoyin //Technological Forecasting and Social Change.–2020.–Vol. 160
The export-led growth in Malaysia: Does economic policy uncertainty and geopolitical risks matter? / F.. Adedoyin //Journal of Public Affairs.–2020
Trivariate modelling of the nexus between electricity consumption, urbanization and economic growth in Nigeria: fresh insights from Maki Cointegration and causality tests / H.. Ali //Heliyon.–2020.–Vol. 6 No. 2
Udemba, E.. Modeling the nexus between pollutant emission, energy consumption, foreign direct investment, and economic growth: new insights from China / E.. Udemba, C.. Magazzino, F.. Bekun //Environmental Science and Pollution Research.–2020.–Vol. 27 No. 15.– P.17831-17842
Usman, O.. Democracy and tourism demand in European countries: does Environmental performance matter? / O.. Usman, F.. Bekun, G.. Nwokike Ike //Environmental Science and Pollution Research.–2020.–Vol. 27 No. 30.– P.38353-38359
A road to enhancements in natural gas use in Iran: A multivariate modelling approach / D.. Balsalobre-Lorente //Resources Policy.–2019.–Vol. 64 No. -
Does the twin growth catalyst of oil rent seeking and agriculture exhibit complementary or substitute role? New perspective from a West African country / O.A. Osundina //Letters in Spatial and Resource Sciences.–2019.–Vol. 12 No. 3.– P.187-197
Udemba, E.N. Environmental implication of offshore economic activities in Indonesia: a dual analyses of cointegration and causality / E.N. Udemba, H.. Güngör, F.. Becun //Environmental Science and Pollution Research.–2019.–Vol. 26 No. 31.– P.32460-32475
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