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Articles by Muhammad Haseeb
Total Records ( 3 ) for Muhammad Haseeb
  Muhammad Haseeb and Muhammad Azam
  The basic objective of this study is to empirically examine the relationship among energy consumption, economic growth and Carbon Dioxide (CO2) emission in Pakistan. The study utilized annual time series data during the period ranging from 1975-2013. The Augmented Dickey Fuller (ADF) unit root test was employed to check the stationarity and results found are non-stationary at level and become stationary at first difference. The Johansen cointegration and vector error correction model techniques have been applied for empirical investigation purpose. The results of vector error correction model verify the long run relationship among energy consumption, economic growth and CO2 emission. The finding of the study suggests that although on one hand increase in energy consumption boost economic growth while, on the other hand, it also reason to escalate CO2 emission which trigger environmental problems in Pakistan. The increase in use of green and renewable energy is good option to reduce the effect of CO2 on environment and sustainable growth and development in Pakistan.
  Irwan Shah Zainal Abidin , Nor` Aznin Abu Bakar and Muhammad Haseeb
  The main objective of this study is to explore the long-run and short-run relationship between trade and other macroeconomic variables of Malaysia and the OIC member countries. To test relationship between trade and other macroeconomic variables, the empirical investigation will be conducted based on the Fully Modified Ordinary Least Squares (FMOLS) model for the period of 1995-2012. Results of FMOLS shows that out of all the variables included in the model, per capita GDP, foreign direct investment and real exchange rate of Malaysia have significant effect on the trade. The ECM panel unit root test were applied to confirm the stability of FMOLS. According to the unit root test of the residuals of FMOLS model without trend and intercept formation, it can be confirmed that the long run results are not spurious. Results of panel ECM show that none of the variable effect on trade between Malaysia and OIC countries. Finally, results of Granger Causality show that consumer price index, per capita GDP of Malaysia and foreign direct investment of OIC countries are causing trade between Malaysia and OIC countries.
  Irwan Shah Zainal Abidina , Muhammad Haseeb and Mohd Dan Jantan
  This study, focuses primarily on Malaysia’s economic interests in the TPP agreement. It provides a comparative economic analysis of the countries currently in the TPP and describes the Malaysia trade flows with these countries at the bilateral level and in relation to the co untries’ economic linkages with the rest of the world. It is also provides information on the existing trade agreements of TPP countries. As such, this study aims to explore the impact of Malaysia’s international trade with TPP countries on the economic growth of Malaysia. To achieve this objective, this study applies three different variables, like, the Malaysian import from TPP countries, export to TPP countries and total trade with TPP countries. For this purpose, time series panel data from 2000-2014 have been utilized. The results of fixed effect model and random effect model suggest that imports from TPP countries negatively impact on economic growth of Malaysia. Whereas, exports and total trade with the rest of the world have contributed positively to the economic growth of Malaysia. Hence, the Malaysian government and policymakers should emphasise more on the pros and cons on Malaysian imports from TPP member countries. Moreover, there is a need to look more into boosting exports to TPP countries to stimulate economic growth of Malaysia.
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