• Associate Professor, Department of Finance and Economics, University of Sharjah, 2020- Present
• Associate Professor, Department of Economics, Abdullah Gül University, 2018- On leave
• Assistant Professor, Department of Economics, Abdullah Gül University, 2015- 2018
• Research Assistant, Department of Economics, Clemson University, 2010- 2014
1) Dogan, E., Altinoz, B., Madaleno, M., & Taskin, D. (2020). The impact of renewable energy consumption to economic growth: A replication and extension of. Energy Economics, 104866.
2) Dogan, E., Madaleno, M., & Altinoz, B. (2020). Revisiting the nexus of financialization and natural resource abundance in resource-rich countries: New empirical evidence from nine indices of financial development. Resources Policy, 69, 101839.
3) Amin, A., Dogan, E., & Khan, Z. (2020). The impacts of different proxies for financialization on carbon emissions in top-ten emitter countries. Science of the Total Environment, 740, 140127.
4) Amin, A., Altinoz, B., & Dogan, E. (2020). Analyzing the determinants of carbon emissions from transportation in European countries: the role of renewable energy and urbanization. Clean Technologies and Environmental Policy, 1-10.
5) Pandey, S., Dogan, E., & Taskin, D. (2020). Production-based and consumption-based approaches for the energy-growth-environment nexus: Evidence from Asian countries. Sustainable Production and Consumption, 23, 274-281.
6) Sharif, A., Dogan, E., Aman, A., Khan, H. H. A., & Zaighum, I. (2020). Rare disaster and renewable energy in the USA: new insights from wavelet coherence and rolling-window analysis. Natural Hazards, 1-25.
7) Dogan, E., Altinoz, B., & Tzeremes, P. (2020). The analysis of ‘Financial Resource Curse’ hypothesis for developed countries: Evidence from asymmetric effects with quantile regression. Resources Policy, 68, 101773.
8) Dogan, E., Ulucak, R., Kocak, E., & Isik, C. (2020). The use of ecological footprint in estimating the Environmental Kuznets Curve hypothesis for BRICST by considering cross-section dependence and heterogeneity. Science of The Total Environment, 138063.
9) Dogan, E., Tzeremes, P., & Altinoz, B. (2020). Revisiting the nexus among carbon emissions, energy consumption and total factor productivity in African countries: new evidence from nonparametric quantile causality approach. Heliyon, 6(3), e03566.
10) Dogan, E. & Inglesi-Lotz, R., (2020). The impact of economic structure to the environmental Kuznets curve (EKC) hypothesis: evidence from European countries, Environmental Science and Pollution Research, 1-8, DOI: 10.1007/s11356-020-07878-2.
11) Ozcan, B., Ulucak, R., & Dogan, E. (2019). Analyzing long lasting effects of environmental policies: Evidence from low, middle and high-income economies. Sustainable Cities and Society, 44, 130-143.
12) Ozcan, B., Tzeremes, P., & Dogan, E. (2019). Re-estimating the interconnectedness between the demand of energy consumption, income, and sustainability indices. Environmental Science and Pollution Research, 26(26), 26500-26516.
13) Dogan, E., Taspinar, N., & Gokmenoglu, K. K. (2019). Determinants of ecological footprint in MINT countries. Energy & Environment, 0958305X19834279.
14) Aslan, A., Dogan, E., & Altinoz, B. (2019). Single-Country Versus Multiple-Country Studies. Environmental Kuznets Curve (EKC), 25-36. ELSEVİER-Book Chapter.
15) Inglesi-Lotz, R., & Dogan, E. (2018). The role of renewable versus non-renewable energy to the level of CO2 emissions: a panel analysis of sub-Saharan Africa’s Βig 10 electricity generators. Renewable Energy, 123, 36-43.
16) Destek, M. A., Ulucak, R., & Dogan, E. (2018). Analyzing the environmental Kuznets curve for the EU countries: the role of ecological footprint. Environmental Science and Pollution Research, 25(29), 29387-29396.
17) Moutinho, V., Madaleno, M., Inglesi-Lotz, R., & Dogan, E. (2018). Factors affecting CO 2 emissions in top countries on renewable energies: A LMDI decomposition application. Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews, 90, 605-622.
18) Dogan, E., Seker, F., & Bulbul, S. (2017). Investigating the impacts of energy consumption, real GDP, tourism and trade on CO2 emissions by accounting for cross-sectional dependence: A panel study of OECD countries. Current Issues in Tourism, 20(16), 1701-1719.
19) Dogan, E., & Inglesi-Lotz, R. (2017). Analyzing the effects of real income and biomass energy consumption on carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions: Empirical evidence from the panel of biomass-consuming countries. Energy, 138, 721-727.
20) Dogan, E., & Ozturk, I. (2017). The influence of renewable and non-renewable energy consumption and real income on CO 2 emissions in the USA: evidence from structural break tests. Environmental Science and Pollution Research, 24(11), 10846-10854.
21) Liao, X., Dogan, E., & Baek, J. (2017). Does corruption matter for the environment? Panel evidence from China. Economics: The Open-Access, Open-Assessment E-Journal, 11(2017-27), 1-12.
22) Dogan, E., & Aslan, A. (2017). Exploring the relationship among CO2 emissions, real GDP, energy consumption and tourism in the EU and candidate countries: Evidence from panel models robust to heterogeneity and cross-sectional dependence. Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews, 77, 239-245.
23) Paramati, S. R., Sinha, A., & Dogan, E. (2017). The significance of renewable energy use for economic output and environmental protection: evidence from the Next 11 developing economies. Environmental Science and Pollution Research, 24(15), 13546-13560.
24) Dogan, E., Sebri, M., & Turkekul, B. (2016). Exploring the relationship between agricultural electricity consumption and output: New evidence from Turkish regional data. Energy Policy, 95, 370-377.
25) Ertugrul, H.M, Ceren, M., Seker, F. & Dogan, E. (2016). The impact of trade openness on global carbon dioxide emissions: evidence from the top ten emitters among developing countries. Ecological Indicators, 67, 543-555.
26) Dogan, E. (2016). Analyzing the linkage between renewable and non-renewable energy consumption and economic growth by considering structural break in time-series data. Renewable Energy, 99, 1126-1136.
27) Dogan, E., & Turkekul, B. (2016). CO2 emissions, real output, energy consumption, trade, urbanization and financial development: testing the EKC Hypothesis for the USA. Environmental Science and Pollution Research, 23(2), 1203-1213.
28) Dogan, E., & Seker, F. (2016). The influence of real output, renewable and non-renewable energy, trade and financial development on carbon emissions in the top renewable energy countries. Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews, 60, 1074-1085.
29) Dogan, E. (2016). Are shocks to electricity consumption transitory or permanent? Sub-national evidence from Turkey. Utilities Policy, 41, 77-84.
30) Dogan, E., & Seker, F. (2016). Determinants of CO2 emissions in the European Union: The role of renewable and non-renewable energy. Renewable Energy, 94, 429-439.
31) Dogan, E., & Seker, F. (2016). An investigation on the determinants of carbon emissions for OECD countries: empirical evidence from panel models robust to heterogeneity and cross-sectional dependence. Environmental Science and Pollution Research, 23(14), 14646-14655.
32) Dogan, E. (2015). The relationship between economic growth and electricity consumption from renewable and non-renewable sources: A study of Turkey. Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews, 52, 534-546.
33) Dogan, E. (2015). Revisiting the relationship between natural gas consumption and economic growth in Turkey. Energy Sources, Part B: Economics, Planning, and Policy, 10(4), 361-370.
34) Dogan, E. (2014). Energy consumption and economic growth: evidence from low-income countries in Sub-Saharan Africa. International Journal of Energy Economics and Policy, 4(2), 154-162.