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Phouphet Kyophilavong
Professor of Faculty of Economics and Business Management, National University of Laos
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The energy-growth nexus in Thailand: does trade openness boost up energy consumption?
P Kyophilavong, M Shahbaz, S Anwar, S Masood
Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 46, 265-274, 2015
1422015
Triangular relationship among energy consumption, air pollution and water resources in Pakistan
MM Khan, K Zaman, D Irfan, U Awan, G Ali, P Kyophilavong, M Shahbaz, ...
Journal of cleaner production 112, 1375-1385, 2016
1342016
Revisiting the emissions-energy-trade nexus: evidence from the newly industrializing countries
K Ahmed, M Shahbaz, P Kyophilavong
Environmental Science and Pollution Research 23, 7676-7691, 2016
1112016
The relationship between air pollution, fossil fuel energy consumption, and water resources in the panel of selected Asia-Pacific countries
AA Rafindadi, Z Yusof, K Zaman, P Kyophilavong, G Akhmat
Environmental Science and Pollution Research 21, 11395-11400, 2014
962014
The nexus between financial development and economic growth in Lao PDR
P Kyophilavong, GS Uddin, M Shahbaz
Global Business Review 17 (2), 303-317, 2016
732016
New evidence from the random walk hypothesis for BRICS stock indices: a wavelet unit root test approach
AK Tiwari, P Kyophilavong
Economic Modelling 43, 38-41, 2014
652014
Does J-curve phenomenon exist in case of Laos? An ARDL approach
P Kyophilavong, M Shahbaz, GS Uddin
Economic Modelling 35, 833-839, 2013
652013
SME development in Lao PDR
P Kyophilavong, P Wongpit, B Inthakesone
ERIA Research Project Report 5, 191-215, 2007
632007
The casual nexus of banking sector development and poverty reduction in Bangladesh
GS Uddin, P Kyophilavong, N Sydee
International Journal of Economics and Financial Issues 2 (3), 304-311, 2012
622012
Testing the stationarity of CO2 emissions series in Sub-Saharan African countries by incorporating nonlinearity and smooth breaks
AK Tiwari, P Kyophilavong, CT Albulescu
Research in International Business and Finance 37, 527-540, 2016
612016
Turn on the lights: Macroeconomic factors affecting renewable energy in Pakistan
IA Malik, AB Abdullah, A Alam, K Zaman, P Kyophilavong, M Shahbaz, ...
Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 38, 277-284, 2014
522014
Does microfinance reduce poverty in Lao PDR?
I Sayvaya, P Kyophilavong
International Journal of Development Issues 14 (3), 215-230, 2015
422015
Mining sector in Laos
P Kyophilavong
Major Industries and Business Chance in CLMV Countries. BRC Report 2, 69-100, 2009
422009
Overview: Small and medium enterprises’(SMEs’) access to finance in selected East Asian Economies
S Oum, C Harvie, D Narjoko
Small and medium enterprises (SMEs) access to finance in selected East Asian …, 2011
402011
Frequency domain causality analysis of stock market and economic activity in India
AK Tiwari, MI Mutascu, CT Albulescu, P Kyophilavong
International Review of Economics & Finance 39, 224-238, 2015
392015
Testing tourism-led growth hypothesis in Laos?
P Kyophilavong, JL Gallup, T Charoenrat, K Nozaki
Tourism Review 73 (2), 242-251, 2018
372018
Foreign capital inflows in the natural resources sector: Impacts on the Lao economy
P Kyophilavong, T Toyoda
Future of Economic Integration in Asia Conference, 20-21, 2008
352008
External sources and economic growth-the role of foreign remittances: Evidence from Europe and Central Asia
M Azam, M Shahbaz, P Kyophilavong, Q Abbas
The Journal of Developing Areas, 367-387, 2016
302016
Does education promote economic growth in Lao PDR? Evidence from Cointegration and Granger causality approaches
P Kyophilavong, K Ogawa, B Kim, K Nouansavanh
The Journal of Developing Areas 52 (2), 1-11, 2018
292018
Do economic growth, energy consumption and population damage the environmental quality? Evidence from five regions using the nonlinear ARDL approach
A Mujtaba, PK Jena, BR Mishra, P Kyophilavong, S Hammoudeh, ...
Environmental Challenges 8, 100554, 2022
282022
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