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Barghi Oskooee M M, Mohammadi Bilankohi A. The Investigation of Effect of Trade on Energy Consumption in D8 Countries. jemr. 2016; 7 (25) :217-241
URL: http://jemr.khu.ac.ir/article-1-1106-en.html
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Energy as one of the most important factors of production, as well as one of the most important marginal products, has effential role in trade and economic development.The importance of energy has increased after the two oil crises in 1970’s. The relationship between energy and trade is an important topic to study for several reasons. If energy consumption is found to Granger cause exports or imports, then any reductions in energy consumption, coming from say energy conservation polices, will reduce exports or imports and lessen the benefits of trade. Energy conservation policies which reduce energy consumption will offset trade liberalization policies designed to promote economic growth. This places energy conservation policies at odds with trade liberalization policies.In this regard, the impact of trade on energy consumption through energy applications in the production process of import and export goods and their transportation is included. This study uses panel data to investigat effect of trade on energy consumption in D8 countries (Bangladesh, Egypt, Indonesia, Iran, Malaysia, Nigeria, Pakistan and Turkey) during the years 1990 to 2014. The results indicat that foreign trade has a significant and positive impact on energy consumption. The findings show a significant and negative impact of energy prices on energy use.

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Type of Study: Applicable | Subject: تجارت و مالیه بین الملل
Received: 2014/09/23 | Accepted: 2016/11/16 | Published: 2016/12/19

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