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88. Weina, Y., and Liu, X. (2011) “Energy consumption, gross domestic product and carbon emissions: panel data evidence from nine countries”,

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108. Jatuporn, C., Chien, L.H. (2011) “Tourism development vs CO2 emissions in Thailand”,

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110. Dergiades, T., Martinipoulos, G., Tsoulfidis, L. (2011)  “Energy consumption and economic growth : parametric and non-parametric causality testing for the case of Greece”,

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120. Chen, H., Sing, B. (2011) “Mineral depletion, fuel imports and development sustainability in the energy scarce country Fiji over 1970-2006”,

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