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Economic Development and the Environmental Ecosystem

The Role of Energy Policy in Economic Growth

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  • Offers guidance for energy investments in volatile business ecosystems
  • Discusses the role of carbon emissions in the economic development of countries
  • Analyses how countries can gain a competitive advantage through energy policy

Part of the book series: Contributions to Economics (CE)

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This volume illustrates the relationship between environmental factors and economic development of countries from various angles. Global warming has become a problem that threatens the whole world, especially in recent years. It is known that the main reason for this is carbon emissions. On the other hand, carbon emissions generally consist of fossil fuel-based energy consumption. This situation creates very serious environmental problems. Because of this problem, the concept of carbon zero has become very popular, especially in recent years. Many countries take some actions to minimize carbon emissions. Especially in the coming years, carbon emissions will become a competitive factor for countries and businesses. In this respect, countries with low carbon emissions will be preferred more in foreign trade. In addition, businesses that do not generate carbon emissions in the production process will also gain a significant competitive advantage in international trade. The contributions take a multidimensional outlook to energy investments and offer solutions for decision-making for energy projects in risky business ecosystems.


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Table of contents (19 chapters)

Editors and Affiliations

  • Business and Management, Istanbul Medipol University, Istanbul, Türkiye

    Hasan Dincer

  • Istanbul Medipol University, Istanbul, Türkiye

    Serhat Yüksel

About the editors

Hasan Dinçer is a Professor of Finance at Istanbul Medipol University, Faculty of Economics and Administrative Sciences, Istanbul, Turkey. 

Serhat Yüksel is an Associate Professor of Finance at Istanbul Medipol University, Faculty of Economics and Administrative Sciences, Istanbul, Turkey.

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