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Renewable and non-renewable energy consumption-economic growth nexus: new evidence from South Asia
MM Rahman, E Velayutham
Renewable Energy 147, 399-408, 2020
2312020
Carbon emissions, energy consumption and industrial growth in Bangladesh: Empirical evidence from ARDL cointegration and Granger causality analysis
MM Rahman, MA Kashem
Energy Policy 110, 600-608, 2017
1962017
Quality assurance programme for drug susceptibility testing of Mycobacterium tuberculosis in the WHO/IUATLD Supranational Reference Laboratory Network: five rounds of …
A Laszlo, M Rahman, M Espinal, M Raviglione
The International Journal of Tuberculosis and Lung Disease 6 (9), 748-756, 2002
1792002
The dynamic of financial development, imports, foreign direct investment and economic growth: cointegration and causality analysis in Pakistan
M Shahbaz, MM Rahman
Global Business Review 13 (2), 201-219, 2012
1622012
Do population density, economic growth, energy use and exports adversely affect environmental quality in Asian populous countries?
MM Rahman
Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 77, 506-514, 2017
1492017
Quality assurance programme for drug susceptibility testing of Mycobacterium tuberculosis in the WHO/IUATLD Supranational Laboratory Network: first round of proficiency testing
A Laszlo, M Rahman, M Raviglione, F Bustreo, ...
The International Journal of Tuberculosis and Lung Disease 1 (3), 231-238, 1997
1441997
Foreign capital inflows-growth nexus and role of domestic financial sector: an ARDL co-integration approach for Pakistan
M Shahbaz, MM Rahman
Journal of Economic Research 15 (3), 207-231, 2010
1312010
A panel data analysis of Bangladesh’s trade: the gravity model approach
MM Rahman
Proceedings of the 5th Annual Conference of the European Trade Study Group …, 2003
1312003
Environmental degradation: The role of electricity consumption, economic growth and globalisation
MM Rahman
Journal of environmental management 253, 109742, 2020
1232020
Energy use, international trade and economic growth nexus in Australia: New evidence from an extended growth model
MM Rahman, SAK Mamun
Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 64, 806-816, 2016
1002016
Health care expenditure and health outcome nexus: new evidence from the SAARC-ASEAN region
MM Rahman, R Khanam, M Rahman
Globalization and health 14 (1), 1-11, 2018
992018
Renewable and non-renewable energy consumption, environmental degradation and economic growth in Tunisia
M Ben Mbarek, K Saidi, MM Rahman
Quality & Quantity 52 (3), 1105-1119, 2018
932018
Australia's global trade potential: evidence from the gravity model analysis
MM Rahman
Proceedings of the 2009 Oxford Business and Economics Conference (OBEC 2009 …, 2009
912009
The determinants of economic growth in Pakistan: does stock market development play a major role?
MM Rahman, M Salahuddin
Proceedings of the 38th Australian Conference of Economists (ACE 2009), 1-22, 2009
902009
The causal nexus between economic growth and energy consumption: New evidence from global panel of 53 countries
K Saidi, MM Rahman, M Amamri
Sustainable cities and society 33, 45-56, 2017
882017
Child labor in Bangladesh: A critical appraisal of Harkin’s Bill and the MOU-Type schooling program
MM Rahman, R Khanam, NU Absar
Journal of Economic issues 33 (4), 985-1003, 1999
861999
The effects of microfinance on women’s empowerment: New evidence from Bangladesh
MM Rahman, R Khanam, S Nghiem
International Journal of Social Economics, 2017
742017
Do imports and foreign capital inflows lead economic growth? Cointegration and causality analysis in Pakistan
MM Rahman, M Shahbaz
South Asia Economic Journal 14 (1), 59-81, 2013
692013
The nexus between renewable energy, economic growth, trade, urbanisation and environmental quality: a comparative study for Australia and Canada
MM Rahman, XB Vu
Renewable Energy 155, 617-627, 2020
582020
Management skills and accessing to finance: evidence from Libya's SMEs
T Zarook, MM Rahman, R Khanam
International Journal of Business and Social Science 4 (7), 106-115, 2013
582013
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