Industrial Expansion, Trade Openness and Environmental Degradation in Asia: A Panel Data Analysis
Keywords:Co2 Emission, Industrial Output, Trade, Population, Government Expenditure, GDP, Asian Economies
The study is conducted to examine the influence of Industrial expansion and Trade openness on Environmental degradation by using panel data of 16 Asian economies from 1992 to 2020. The results are estimated through panel unit root test and then Panel ARDL technique. The results of unit root test propose to apply Panel ARDL and their results are estimated for short run and long run. It is analysed that Industrial value addition are population density are increasing Co2 Emission in Asian economies while trade openness, government expenditure and GDP are reducing Co2 Emission.
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