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This study analyzed the short- and long-term effects of nuclear and renewable energy generation on CO₂ emissions in Korea, Japan, and Germany from 1987 to 2016 by using the unit root test, Johansen cointegration test, and ARDL model. The unit root test was performed, and the Johansen cointegration test showed cointegration relationships among variables. In the long run, in Germany, the generation of both nuclear and renewable energy was found to affect CO₂ emission reduction, while South Korea’s renewable energy generation, including hydropower, increased the emissions. Japan only showed significance in fossil fuels. In the short run, in the three countries, the generation of nuclear and renewable energy, excluding hydropower, affected CO₂ emission. However, in Korea and Germany, nuclear and renewable energy generation, respectively, affected CO₂ emission reduction. Although the rest are significant, the results showed that they increased CO₂ emissions. #CO₂ emissions(CO₂ 배출량) #Fossil fuels(화석연료) #Nuclear(원자력에너지) #Renewable energy(신재생에너지) #ARDL model(ARDL모형)

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1. 서론
2. 세 국가의 에너지 정책 변화
3. 모형
4. 자료 및 실증분석
5. 결론
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