¿Panamá en la ruta del desarrollo sostenible?

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Manuel A. Zambrano-Monserrate
María Alvarado Sánchez
María González Sánchez
Karen Rivas Ávila
Marola Beltrán Mora

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Este artículo examina la relación de largo plazo entre emisiones de CO2, PIB y consumo de energía en Panamá durante el periodo 1971-2011 mediante un modelo autorregresivo de retardos distribuidos para comprobar la cointegración de las variables en el largo plazo. Los resultados confirman la presencia de una curva ambiental de Kuznets y que las emisiones de CO2 y el consumo de energía de fuentes primarias no afectan al crecimiento económico y que la degradación ambiental aumenta con el consumo de energía. Por último, hace recomendaciones de política.

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