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Mehmet Pinar
Universidad de Sevilla
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Renewable energy consumption and economic growth nexus: Evidence from a threshold model
C Chen, M Pinar, T Stengos
Energy Policy 139, 111295, 2020
3442020
Determinants of renewable energy consumption: Importance of democratic institutions
C Chen, M Pinar, T Stengos
Renewable Energy 179, 75-83, 2021
1762021
Renewable energy and CO2 emissions: New evidence with the panel threshold model
C Chen, M Pinar, T Stengos
Renewable Energy 194, 117-128, 2022
1082022
Constructing the FEEM sustainability index: A Choquet integral application
M Pinar, C Cruciani, S Giove, M Sostero
Ecological Indicators 39, 189-202, 2014
862014
How do foreign direct investment flows affect carbon emissions in BRICS countries? Revisiting the pollution haven hypothesis using bilateral FDI flows from OECD to BRICS countries
N Apergis, M Pinar, E Unlu
Environmental Science and Pollution Research 30 (6), 14680-14692, 2023
732023
Forest fires across Italian regions and implications for climate change: a panel data analysis
M Michetti, M Pinar
Environmental and Resource Economics 72, 207-246, 2019
712019
A new country risk index for emerging markets: A stochastic dominance approach
E Agliardi, R Agliardi, M Pinar, T Stengos, N Topaloglou
Journal of empirical finance 19 (5), 741-761, 2012
542012
Multidimensional well-being and inequality across the European regions with alternative interactions between the well-being dimensions
M Pinar
Social Indicators Research 144 (1), 31-72, 2019
482019
Measuring human development: A stochastic dominance approach
M Pinar, T Stengos, N Topaloglou
Journal of Economic Growth 18, 69-108, 2013
482013
The environmental Kuznets curve for Turkish provinces: a spatial panel data approach
BC Karahasan, M Pinar
Environmental Science and Pollution Research 29 (17), 25519-25531, 2022
342022
The role of party polarization in renewable energy consumption: Fresh evidence across the EU countries
N Apergis, M Pinar
Energy Policy 157, 112518, 2021
332021
Testing for the implicit weights of the dimensions of the Human Development Index using stochastic dominance
M Pinar, T Stengos, N Topaloglou
Economics Letters 161, 38-42, 2017
332017
Measuring world governance: revisiting the institutions hypothesis
M Pinar
Empirical Economics 48, 747-778, 2015
312015
The FEEM sustainability index: An integrated tool for sustainability assessment
C Carraro, L Campagnolo, F Eboli, S Giove, E Lanzi, R Parrado, M Pinar, ...
Sustainability appraisal: Quantitative methods and mathematical techniques …, 2013
292013
Evaluating the potential effect of the increased importance of the impact component in the Research Excellence Framework of the UK
M Pinar, E Unlu
British Educational Research Journal 46 (1), 140-160, 2020
272020
Assessing research excellence: evaluating the research excellence framework
M Pinar, TJ Horne
Research Evaluation 31 (2), 173-187, 2022
202022
Sensitivity of university rankings: Implications of stochastic dominance efficiency analysis
M Pinar, J Milla, T Stengos
Education Economics 27 (1), 75-92, 2019
202019
Sensitivity of environmental performance index based on stochastic dominance
M Pinar
Journal of Environmental Management 310, 114767, 2022
192022
On the construction of a feasible range of multidimensional poverty under benchmark weight uncertainty
M Pinar, T Stengos, N Topaloglou
European Journal of Operational Research 281 (2), 415-427, 2020
192020
Air and water pollution over time and industries with stochastic dominance
E Agliardi, M Pinar, T Stengos
Stochastic Environmental Research and Risk Assessment 31, 1389-1408, 2017
182017
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