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The effects of electricity consumption, economic growth, financial development and foreign direct investment on CO2 emissions in Kuwait
M Salahuddin, K Alam, I Ozturk, K Sohag
Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 81 (2), 2002-2010, 2018
7692018
Dynamic relationship among environmental regulation, innovation, CO2 emissions, population, and economic growth in OECD countries: A panel investigation
R Hashmi, K Alam
Journal of Cleaner Production 231, 1100-1109, 2019
6112019
The digital divide and social inclusion among refugee migrants: A case in regional Australia
K Alam, S Imran
Information Technology & People 28 (2), 344-365, 2015
4652015
Climate change perceptions and local adaptation strategies of hazard-prone rural households in Bangladesh
GMM Alam, K Alam, S Mushtaq
Climate Risk Management 17, 52-63, 2017
4192017
The effects of internet usage and economic growth on CO2 emissions in OECD countries: A panel investigation
M Salahuddin, K Alam
Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 62, 1226-1235, 2016
4072016
Exploring the relationship between climate change and rice yield in Bangladesh: An analysis of time series data
MAR Sarker, K Alam, J Gow
Agricultural Systems 112, 11-16, 2012
3772012
Information and communication technology, electricity consumption and economic growth in OECD countries: A panel data analysis
M Salahuddin, K Alam
International Journal of Electrical Power & Energy Systems 76, 185-193, 2016
3422016
Environmental orientations and environmental behaviour: Perceptions of protected area tourism stakeholders
S Imran, K Alam, N Beaumont
Tourism Management 40, 290–299, 2014
3412014
Ecological footprint and real income: Panel data evidence from the 27 highest emitting countries
GA Uddin, M Salahuddin, K Alam, J Gow
Ecological Indicators 77, 166–175, 2017
3362017
Internet usage, electricity consumption and economic growth in Australia: A time series evidence
M Salahuddin, K Alam
Telematics and Informatics 32, 862-878, 2015
3192015
Farmers’ adaptation to water scarcity in drought-prone environments: A case study of Rajshahi District, Bangladesh
K Alam
Agricultural Water Management 148, 196-206, 2015
2882015
Reinterpreting the definition of sustainable development for a more ecocentric reorientation
S Imran, K Alam, N Beaumont
Sustainable development 22 (2), 134-144, 2014
2062014
Vulnerability to climatic change in riparian char and river-bank households in Bangladesh: Implication for policy, livelihoods and social development
GMM Alam, K Alam, S Mushtaq
Ecological Indicators 72, 23-32, 2017
1972017
Influence of institutional access and social capital on adaptation decision: Empirical evidence from hazard-prone rural households in Bangladesh
GMM Alam, K Alam, S Mushtaq
Ecological Economics 130, 243-51, 2016
1832016
Assessing regional digital competence: Digital futures and strategic planning implications
K Alam, M Erdiaw-Kwasie, M Shahiduzzaman, B Ryan
Journal of Rural Studies 60, 60-69, 2018
1362018
Assessing the determinants of rice farmers' adaptation strategies to climate change in Bangladesh
AR Sarker, K Alam, J Gow
International Journal of Climate Change Strategies and Management 5 (4), 382-403, 2013
1322013
Information technology and its changing roles to economic growth and productivity in Australia
MD Shahiduzzaman, K Alam
Telecommunications Policy 38 (2), 125-135, 2014
1312014
How do climate change and associated hazards impact on the resilience of riparian rural communities in Bangladesh? Policy implications for livelihood development
GMM Alam, K Alam, S Mushtaq, WL Filho
Environmental Science and Policy 84, 7-18, 2018
1252018
Assessing the effects of climate change on rice yields: An econometric investigation using Bangladeshi panel data
MAR Sarker, K Alam, J Gow
Economic Analysis and Policy 44 (4), 405-416, 2014
1232014
Cointegration and causal relationships between energy consumption and output: Assessing the evidence from Australia
M Shahiduzzaman, K Alam
Energy Economics 34 (6), 2182-2188, 2012
1172012
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