Eric Evans Osei Opoku
Eric Evans Osei Opoku
Nottingham University Business School China
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Foreign direct investment, regulations and growth in sub-Saharan Africa
S Adams, EEO Opoku
Economic Analysis and Policy 47, 48-56, 2015
The environmental impact of industrialization and foreign direct investment
EEO Opoku, MK Boachie
Energy Policy 137, 111178, 2020
Foreign direct investment, trade openness and economic growth in Ghana: An empirical investigation
D Sakyi, R Commodore, EEO Opoku
Journal of African Business 16 (1-2), 1-15, 2015
Energy consumption, political regime and economic growth in sub-Saharan Africa
S Adams, EKM Klobodu, EEO Opoku
Energy Policy 96, 36-44, 2016
Industrialization as driver of sustainable economic growth in Africa
EEO Opoku, IKM Yan
The Journal of International Trade & Economic Development 28 (1), 30-56, 2019
Heterogeneous effects of industrialization on the environment: Evidence from panel quantile regression
EEO Opoku, OA Aluko
Structural Change and Economic Dynamics 59, 174-184, 2021
The causal relationship between financial development and economic growth in Africa
EEO Opoku, M Ibrahim, YA Sare
International Review of Applied Economics 33 (6), 789-812, 2019
The contribution of human development towards environmental sustainability
EEO Opoku, KE Dogah, OA Aluko
Energy Economics 106, 105782, 2022
Investigating the environmental effect of globalization: Insights from selected industrialized countries
OA Aluko, EEO Opoku, M Ibrahim
Journal of Environmental Management 281, 111892, 2021
Foreign direct investment, sectoral effects and economic growth in Africa
EEO Opoku, M Ibrahim, YA Sare
International Economic Journal 33 (3), 473-492, 2019
Trade facilitation and social welfare in Africa
D Sakyi, I Bonuedi, EE Osei Opoku
Journal of African Trade 5 (1), 35-53, 2018
Energy demand–FDI nexus in Africa: do FDIs induce dichotomous paths?
PK Adom, EEO Opoku, IKM Yan
Energy Economics 81, 928-941, 2019
The foreign direct investment-environment nexus: does emission disaggregation matter?
EEO Opoku, S Adams, OA Aluko
Energy Reports 7, 778-787, 2021
Economic complexity and environmental degradation:Evidence from OECD countries
EEO Aluko, Olufemi, Adewale: Opoku, OA Acheampong
Business Strategy and the Environment, 2022
Does democracy really improve environmental quality? Empirical contribution to the environmental politics debate
AO Acheampong, EEO Opoku, J Dzator
Energy Economics 109, 105942, 2022
Gender, electricity access, renewable energy consumption and energy efficiency
EEO Opoku, NK Kufuor, SA Manu
Technological Forecasting and Social Change 173, 121121, 2021
Enabling trade across borders and food security in Africa
I Bonuedi, K Kamasa, EEO Opoku
Food Security 12 (5), 1121-1140, 2020
The twin deficits hypothesis in developing countries: Empirical evidence for Ghana
D Sakyi, EEO Opoku
International Growth Centre, 2016
Environmental degradation and economic growth: Investigating linkages and potential pathways
AO Acheampong, EEO Opoku
Energy Economics 123, 106734, 2023
The political economy of energy transition: the role of globalization and governance in the adoption of clean cooking fuels and technologies
AO Acheampong, EEO Opoku, KE Dogah
Technological Forecasting and Social Change 186, 122156, 2023
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