Health care--associated transmission of EKC
in this outbreak highlights the importance of infection control in eye care practices, including the use of disinfectants with proven efficacy against adenoviruses.
is caused by several strains of incurable viruses.
Saboori and Soleymani (2011) tested the EKC
hypothesis for Iran and took the data for the period of 1971-2007.
The empirical literature, however, does not support the EKC
hypothesis in a consistent way.
While interestingly the EKC
exist in short run also.
hypothesis suggests that at the beginning, the short-term economic growth negatively affects the environment, but in the long term, once reached a certain level of income, this economic growth begins to cause positive effects in the environment.
The superficial keratitis can resolve or progress to sub epithelial infiltrates (SEIs) in 43% of patients of EKC
The importance of preferences in shaping the EKC
has been emphasized in several papers.
Firstly, the sample data was taken to plot the chart of the EKC
curve for every country, using the selected model in the period of 1995-2010, and to verify the postulate of the EKC
behaviour as the inverted U-shaped relationship between GHG and GDP per capita.
Wang (2013) uses different exponentials for income, from 0 to 2 (0 is the specific case of a linear EKC
function and 2 is the case of a quadratic EKC
function), Schmalensee et al (1998) and Vollebergh et al (2009) use semi parametric specifications of the B-spline method, (2) while Galeotti et al (2006) estimate a non-linear three parameter Weibull function in order to capture the EKC
CO2 emissions-GDP relationship for groups of OECD and non-OECD countries.
Znamena to, ze podia hypotezy EKC
"chudobne" krajiny EU este nedosiahli taku ekonomicku uroven, aby mnozstvo nimi vyprodukovanych emisii (na obyvateia) zacalo klesat.
Since the early study by Grossman and Kruger (1991) that found EKC
empirically for certain types of environmental degradation, the empirical EKC
literature expanded dramatically for the last 20 years.