Brantley Liddle
Brantley Liddle
Energy Studies Institute, NUS
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Age-structure, urbanization, and climate change in developed countries: revisiting STIRPAT for disaggregated population and consumption-related environmental impacts
B Liddle, S Lung
Population and Environment 31 (5), 317-343, 2010
Impact of population, age structure, and urbanization on carbon emissions/energy consumption: evidence from macro-level, cross-country analyses
B Liddle
Population and Environment 35 (3), 286-304, 2014
Demographic dynamics and per capita environmental impact: Using panel regressions and household decompositions to examine population and transport
B Liddle
Population and Environment 26 (1), 23-39, 2004
What are the carbon emissions elasticities for income and population? Bridging STIRPAT and EKC via robust heterogeneous panel estimates
B Liddle
Global Environmental Change 31, 62-73, 2015
Demographic change and carbon dioxide emissions
BC O'Neill, B Liddle, L Jiang, KR Smith, S Pachauri, M Dalton, R Fuchs
The Lancet 380 (9837), 157-164, 2012
Revisiting world energy intensity convergence for regional differences
B Liddle
Applied Energy 87 (10), 3218-3225, 2010
Consumption-based accounting and the trade-carbon emissions nexus
B Liddle
Energy Economics 69, 71-78, 2018
The impact of international trade on CO2 emissions in oil exporting countries: Territory vs consumption emissions accounting
FJ Hasanov, B Liddle, JI Mikayilov
Energy Economics 74, 343-350, 2018
Free trade and the environment-development system
B Liddle
Ecological economics 39 (1), 21-36, 2001
Consumption-driven environmental impact and age structure change in OECD countries: A cointegration-STIRPAT analysis
B Liddle
Demographic Research 24, 749-770, 2011
Electricity intensity convergence in IEA/OECD countries: aggregate and sectoral analysis
B Liddle
Energy Policy 37 (4), 1470-1478, 2009
Urban density and climate change: a STIRPAT analysis using city-level data
B Liddle
Journal of Transport Geography 28, 22-29, 2013
Might electricity consumption cause urbanization instead? Evidence from heterogeneous panel long-run causality tests
B Liddle, S Lung
Global Environmental Change 24, 42-51, 2014
Population, affluence, and environmental impact across development: evidence from panel cointegration modeling
B Liddle
Environmental modelling & software 40, 255-266, 2013
The energy, economic growth, urbanization nexus across development: Evidence from heterogeneous panel estimates robust to cross-sectional dependence
B Liddle
The Energy Journal 34 (2), 2013
How much does increasing non-fossil fuels in electricity generation reduce carbon dioxide emissions?
B Liddle, P Sadorsky
Applied Energy 197, 212-221, 2017
The long-run causal relationship between transport energy consumption and GDP: Evidence from heterogeneous panel methods robust to cross-sectional dependence
B Liddle, S Lung
Economics Letters 121 (3), 524-527, 2013
The importance of energy quality in energy intensive manufacturing: Evidence from panel cointegration and panel FMOLS
B Liddle
Energy Economics 34 (6), 1819-1825, 2012
Long-run relationship among transport demand, income, and gasoline price for the US
B Liddle
Transportation Research Part D: Transport and Environment 14 (2), 73-82, 2009
Urbanization and inequality/poverty
B Liddle
Urban Science 1 (4), 35, 2017
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