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Fifty shades of green: Revisiting decoupling by economic sectors and air pollutants
A Naqvi, K Zwickl
Ecological Economics 133, 111-126, 2017
732017
Climate sentiments, transition risk, and financial stability in a stock-flow consistent model
N Dunz, A Naqvi, I Monasterolo
Journal of Financial Stability 54, 100872, 2021
54*2021
Modeling Growth, Distribution, and the Environment in a Stock-Flow Consistent Framework. WWWforEurope Policy Paper No. 18
A Naqvi
WIFO Studies, 2015
44*2015
A multi-agent model of a low income economy: simulating the distributional effects of natural disasters
AA Naqvi, M Rehm
Journal of Economic Interaction and Coordination 9 (2), 275-309, 2014
352014
Family business groups and tunneling framework: Application and evidence from Pakistan
A Ikram, SAA Naqvi
Lahore University of Management Sciences, 2005
34*2005
Towards a stock-flow consistent ecological macroeconomics
T Jackson, P Victor, A Naqvi
WWWforEurope Working Paper, 2016
332016
Directed technological change in a post-Keynesian ecological macromodel
A Naqvi, E Stockhammer
Ecological economics 154, 168-188, 2018
322018
Learning, hygiene, and traditional medicine
D Bennett, SAA Naqvi, WP Schmidt
The Economic Journal, 2018
322018
Bioeconomy transitions through the lens of coupled social-ecological systems: A framework for place-based responsibility in the global resource system
L de Schutter, S Giljum, T Hyh, M Bruckner, A Naqvi, I Omann, S Stagl
Sustainability 11 (20), 5705, 2019
162019
Deep impact: Geo-simulations as a policy toolkit for natural disasters
A Naqvi
World Development 99, 395-418, 2017
122017
The risk and consequences of multiple breadbasket failures: An integrated copula and multilayer agent-based modeling approach
A Naqvi, F Gaupp, S Hochrainer-Stigler
OR Spectrum 42 (3), 727-754, 2020
112020
History, land settlements and Informal institutions in Sargodha
A Cheema, S Mohmand, AA Naqvi
Informal Institutions Project. Sussex, LUMS-DRC, 2007
112007
Reflecting disaster risk in development indicators
J Mochizuki, A Naqvi
Sustainability 11 (4), 996, 2019
92019
Constraints on compliance and the impact of health information in rural Pakistan
D Bennett, SA Asjad Naqvi, WP Schmidt
Health Economics 24 (9), 1065-1081, 2015
92015
COVID-19 European regional tracker
N Asjad
Scientific Data 8 (1), 2021
8*2021
Assessing the cascading impacts of natural disasters in a multi-layer behavioral network framework
A Naqvi, I Monasterolo
Scientific reports 11 (1), 1-14, 2021
62021
Different But Equal?-Classes, Wealth and Perceptions in Europe
M Rehm, SAA Naqvi, J Hofmann, A Wien
Kammer fr Arbeiter und Angestellte, 2016
62016
Decoupling trends of emissions across EU regions and the role of environmental policies
A Naqvi
Journal of Cleaner Production 323, 129130, 2021
52021
COVID-19: Visualizing regional socioeconomic indicators for Europe
A Naqvi
IIASA, 2020
52020
Natural disasters, cascading losses, and economic complexity: A multi-layer behavioral network approach
A Naqvi, I Monasterolo
WU Vienna University of Economics and Business, 2019
52019
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