Panayiotis Tzeremes
Panayiotis Tzeremes
Department of Accounting and Finance, University of Thessaly, Greece
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Energy consumption, economic growth and environmental degradation in OECD countries
B Ozcan, PG Tzeremes, NG Tzeremes
Economic Modelling 84, 203-213, 2020
The roles of technology and Kyoto Protocol in energy transition towards COP26 targets: evidence from the novel GMM-PVAR approach for G-7 countries
E Dogan, MZ Chishti, NK Alavijeh, P Tzeremes
Technological Forecasting and Social Change 181, 121756, 2022
Investigating the spillovers and connectedness between green finance and renewable energy sources
E Dogan, M Madaleno, D Taskin, P Tzeremes
Renewable Energy 197, 709-722, 2022
Analyzing the nexus between energy transition, environment and ICT: A step towards COP26 targets
P Tzeremes, E Dogan, NK Alavijeh
Journal of Environmental Management 326, 116598, 2023
The analysis of ‘Financial Resource Curse’hypothesis for developed countries: Evidence from asymmetric effects with quantile regression
E Dogan, B Altinoz, P Tzeremes
Resources Policy 68, 101773, 2020
The bank lending channel of monetary policy in EU countries during the global financial crisis
T Heryán, PG Tzeremes
Economic modelling 67, 10-22, 2017
Herding behaviour and price convergence clubs in cryptocurrencies during bull and bear markets
S Papadamou, NA Kyriazis, P Tzeremes, S Corbet
Journal of Behavioral and Experimental Finance 30, 100469, 2021
Estimating Malmquist productivity indexes using probabilistic directional distances: An application to the European banking sector
IS Kevork, J Pange, P Tzeremes, NG Tzeremes
European Journal of Operational Research 261 (3), 1125-1140, 2017
Re-evaluating the energy consumption-economic growth nexus for the United States: An asymmetric threshold cointegration analysis
SA Kourtzidis, P Tzeremes, NG Tzeremes
Energy 148, 537-545, 2018
Unconventional monetary policy effects on output and inflation: A meta-analysis
S Papadamou, ΝA Kyriazis, PG Tzeremes
International Review of Financial Analysis 61, 295-305, 2019
Re-estimating the interconnectedness between the demand of energy consumption, income, and sustainability indices
B Ozcan, P Tzeremes, E Dogan
Environmental science and pollution research 26, 26500-26516, 2019
Political money contributions of US IPOs
D Gounopoulos, A Kallias, K Kallias, PG Tzeremes
Journal of Corporate Finance 43, 19-38, 2017
Non-linear causal linkages of EPU and gold with major cryptocurrencies during bull and bear markets
S Papadamou, NA Kyriazis, PG Tzeremes
The North American Journal of Economics and Finance 56, 101343, 2021
Defence expenditure and economic growth in Latin American countries: evidence from linear and nonlinear causality tests
C Kollias, SM Paleologou, P Tzeremes, N Tzeremes
Latin American Economic Review 26, 1-25, 2017
Time-varying causality between energy consumption, CO2 emissions, and economic growth: evidence from US states
P Tzeremes
Environmental Science and Pollution Research 25 (6), 6044-6060, 2018
The differential influence of social media sentiment on cryptocurrency returns and volatility during COVID-19
N Kyriazis, S Papadamou, P Tzeremes, S Corbet
The Quarterly Review of Economics and Finance 89, 307-317, 2023
Analysis of the spillover effects between green economy, clean and dirty cryptocurrencies
A Sharif, M Brahim, E Dogan, P Tzeremes
Energy Economics 120, 106594, 2023
Exploring the black box: Board gender diversity and corporate social performance
M Nerantzidis, P Tzeremes, A Koutoupis, A Pourgias
Finance Research Letters 48, 102987, 2022
Revisiting the nexus among carbon emissions, energy consumption and total factor productivity in African countries: new evidence from nonparametric quantile causality approach
E Dogan, P Tzeremes, B Altinoz
Heliyon 6 (3), 2020
Convergence in the Chinese airline industry: A Malmquist productivity analysis
Z Chen, P Tzeremes, NG Tzeremes
Journal of Air Transport Management 73, 77-86, 2018
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