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Economic Growth
Spatial Analysis of Factors Affecting Economic Growth with Emphasis on Trade

Mohammad Reza Kohansal; Hamideh Hamidehpour

Volume 9, Issue 34 , March 2019, , Pages 115-130

  In most previous studies concerning investigation of factors affecting economic growth, spatial dependencies have been ignored which would result in biased and inconsistent estimates. At first, economic growth of a country is influenced by its own geographical, internal conditions and capabilities then ...  Read More

Studying Threshold Effects of Government Investment and Public Debt in an Economic Growth Model for Iran Provinces; Using a Panel Smooth Transition Regression Model (PSTR)

Ali Falahati; Maryam Heidarian

Volume 9, Issue 33 , January 2019, , Pages 41-56

  In an economy system, government activities play a fundamental role in economic growth and development of countries, but increase these activities have a positive effect on economic growth until a certain threshold and from this threshold excessive increase in government activities not only have no positive ...  Read More

Comparative Comparison of the Effects of Shocks in Energy Consumption on CO2 Emissions and Economic Growth in Iran and Selected MENA Countries

Mohammad hassan ghazvinian; KAMBIZ HOZHABR KIANI; Ali Dehghani; Fatemeh Zandi; Khalil Saeedi

Volume 9, Issue 33 , January 2019, , Pages 91-108

  Planning and policy making in the field of economic growth as one of the major macroeconomic goals requires special attention to the energy sector, the environment and its relation to production. Hence, in this paper, the effects of energy consumption shocks on carbon dioxide emissions and economic growth ...  Read More

Economic Growth
Relationship between Foreign Direct Investment and Economic Growth across Countries: Emphasis on this Relationship in Iran by Markov Switching Approach

farhad ghalambaz; Ali Souri; Ghahraman Abdoli; Mohsen Ebrahimi

Volume 8, Issue 32 , October 2018, , Pages 32-15

  Investigation of factors that affect economic growth has been always attractive. Foreign direct investment is one of the variables that have potential effects on growth. This study carried out to investigate the impact of foreign direct investment on economic growth. We consider the role of natural resources ...  Read More

Determining the Optimal Threshold Government Size and its Productivity Application of the Threshold Panel Data Approach in Selected OPEC Countries

Mohammad Sokhanvar

Volume 8, Issue 32 , October 2018, , Pages 124-111

  In this paper, government expenditure productivity has been studied in selected countries that are member in Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) and optimum threshold government size of these countries is determined. For this reason, endogenous Barrow growth model is used that practically ...  Read More

Economic Growth
Economic instability and the Major Macroeconomic sectors' Economic growth: Principle Components Analysis (PCA) Approach

Yeganeh Mousavi Jahromi; Hadi Ghaffari; Mehdi Jaloli

Volume 8, Issue 31 , June 2018, , Pages 13-28

  The current study, using the VAR model, tries to explore the effects and consequences of economic instability on economic growth in Iran during the 1981-2011 periods using the principle components analysis. In this study, using the principle components analysis (PCA), an indicator of economic instability ...  Read More

Economic Growth
The Effects of Fiscal Policy on Economic Growth in the Iranian Economy: The State-Space Models

Mehdi Khodaei; Mohammad Jafari; Shahram Fattahi

Volume 8, Issue 31 , June 2018, , Pages 79-92

  Macro-economic relationship between fiscal policy and economic growth has long been considered by economists. In this study to evaluate the more accurate effect of the government's fiscal policy in the economy, using quarterly data for the years 1988 to 2016, a factor-augmented vector autoregressive ...  Read More

Economic Growth
Economic Growth and Regional Labour Market Development in Iran's Provinces: Okun’s Law in a Spatial Context

Siab Mamipour; Atefeh Rezaei

Volume 8, Issue 31 , June 2018, , Pages 107-122

  The inverse relationship between economic growth and unemployment rate is known as Okun’s law in the economic literature. According to the importance of Okun's law on economic policy, investigating the relationship between unemployment rate and economic growth is very important at provincial level. ...  Read More

توسعه مالی
Analysis of the Simultaneous Effects of Trade Openness and Granularity Impacts in Banking on Iran’s Economic Growth

Hamidreza Horri; seyed jalal; seyed jalla; Simin Sadat Mirhashemi

Volume 8, Issue 30 , April 2018, , Pages 83-100

  The level of GDP and its growth rate are the most important performance indices in macroeconomics. Therefore, investigation of the effective factors on economic growth is especially significant and one of the most important issues in the field of macroeconomics. The review of literature related to economic ...  Read More

Economic Growth
The Impact of Foreign Direct Investment on Capital Formation, Productivity and Economic Growth in Developing Countries

Teymour Rahmani; sima Motamedi

Volume 8, Issue 30 , April 2018, , Pages 117-132

  The relationship between foreign direct investment and economic growth is an issue that has always been of importance for economists. It is believed that foreign direct investment (FDI) is necessary to promote economic growth and capital formation in every country, particularly in the developing countries. ...  Read More

Economic Growth
Testing the Demand Oriented Approach to Economic Growth in Iran: An Application of Time-Varying Parameter

Mohammad Ali Ehsani; Saleh Taheri Bazkhaneh

Volume 8, Issue 30 , April 2018, , Pages 133-145

  Post Keynesian growth model considers the use of production factors as a function of production and introduces demand as the main determinant of economic growth. Accordingly, Thirlwall (1979) presented a model suggesting that demand is restrained by the balance of payments deficit and turns into substantial ...  Read More

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Measuring the External Efficiency of Formal Education and Its Impact on Economic Growth in Iran During 1975-2013

Mandana Ghafoori Sadatieh; Mahdi Khoda Parast Mashhadi; Mostafa Salimifar; Mostafa Kazemi

Volume 8, Issue 29 , December 2017, , Pages 31-44

  This study aims to measure the external efficiency of formal education and then evaluating the effects of economic growth in Iran during 1957 to 2013. External efficiency, is the responsibility of educational system to social system in term of individual, economic, political and cultural dimensions. ...  Read More

Export Diversification
Horizontal and Vertical Diversification Policies of Export and their Effect on Economic Growth: Markov Switching Approach

hossein amiri; marjaneh beshkhoor

Volume 8, Issue 29 , December 2017, , Pages 127-144

  In this study, the effect of horizontal and vertical diversification policies on economic growth in Iran is investigated. The approach applied is Markov Switching regimes, for annual data series 1979-2015. The growth rates of horizontal and vertical diversification, consume expenditure, and investment ...  Read More

Economic Growth
Estimated Interactions between Non-Oil Exports and Economic Growth through the Quantitative and Qualitative Strengthening of Inputs; MS-VAR Approach

Ali Mahdiloo; Hosein Asgharpour; Mohammad Mehdi Barghi Oskooei

Volume 7, Issue 28 , September 2017, , Pages 17-32

  There are two major views on the subject of the relationship between the development of non-oil exports and economic growth. In first opinion, non-oil exports leads to economic growth through the increase in quality of inputs. In second opinion, economic growth will increase non-oil exports throughquantitative ...  Read More

Co2 Emissions
An Investigation of Energy Consumption, Economic Growth and CO2 Emission in the Iranian Economic Sectors

Rouhollah Shahnazi; Ebrahim Hadian; Lotfollah Jargani

Volume 7, Issue 28 , September 2017, , Pages 51-70

  Although the trend of increase in energy consumption has made possible fast economic growth of industrial modern society, but because of combustion pollutants emission and increase in density of carbon dioxide in atmosphere has made irreversible changes in the world. Not only this trend is destroying ...  Read More

Examination of the Relationship between Economic Growth and Saving Rate in Low and High Inflation Countries

Teymor Rahmani; Elnaz Bagherpur Oskoei

Volume 7, Issue 28 , September 2017, , Pages 71-82

  The effect of saving on investment and economic growth is an important issue in both economic theory and policy. Also, having high and stable economic growth is of importance for all economies. On the other hand, inflation and its adverse effects (especially on economic growth) is one of the main economic ...  Read More

توسعه مالی
The Role of Financial Development in the Arrival of Foreign Direct Investment and Promotion of Economic Growth

Farshid Pourshahabi; Marzie Esfandiari

Volume 7, Issue 28 , September 2017, , Pages 113-126

  Economic growth has always been an important objective of policy in different countries. In developing countries including Iran, to achieving a reasonable rate of economic growth is essential. Since developing countries are facing with low efficiency of investment due to technological backwardness, so ...  Read More

Quality of Environment
Effect of Environment Degradation on Economic Growth (Evidence from 32 Developing Countries)

Majid Ahmadian; Ghahreman Abdoli; Farkhondeh Jebel Ameli; Mahmood Shabankhah; seyed adel khorasani

Volume 7, Issue 27 , July 2017, , Pages 17-28

  In recent decades environment has been an important issue more than any other time. Hence, this study investigated the relationship between economic growth and environmental quality indicator in selected developing countries (including 32 country) for the period 2002-2013 by using a dynamic panel method ...  Read More

Threshold Effect of Income Inequality on Economic Growth in Selected Developing Countries: Panel Smooth Transition Regression

Mohammad Mahdi Bargi Oskooee; Mohammad Khodaverdizadeh; Saber Khodaverdizadeh; Ali Vafamand

Volume 7, Issue 27 , July 2017, , Pages 65-80

  This paper investigates the threshold effects of income inequality on economic growth in developing countries for the period of 2000 to 2012, using Panel Smooth Transition Regression (PSTR) model. The linearity test results indicate strongly nonlinear relationship among variables under consideration. ...  Read More

Dynamic Panel Data
The Effect of Expenditure Efficiency and Government Size on the Economic Growth in Selected Countries of the World

Franak Aghazadeh bektash; Monireh Dizaji

Volume 7, Issue 27 , July 2017, , Pages 125-142

  Quality of government intervention in the economy or in other words the efficiency and effectiveness of government, has a close relation with the development.Because policy makers are often ineffective, inefficient bureaucracy will be created. The inefficiency of the government can be very dangerous ...  Read More

Economic Growth
The Effect of Government Size on Good Governance and Economic Performance of Selected Countries

Yousef Mohammadzadeh; Samad Hekmati Farid; Elmira Sharifi

Volume 7, Issue 26 , February 2017, , Pages 97-112

  Although it is generally agreed that there is a role for the government to redistribute income in favor of the poor and provide public goods and services, there is considerable disagreement over how far the government should go in these areas.On this issue, a variety of conflicting theoretical explanations ...  Read More

Monetary policy
Regulation of Monetary Policy on Economic Growth (Assessment of McCallum Rule in Iran)

Seyed Ziyaodin Kiya Hoseini; Mona Hashemi; Amin Hatami; Rafik Nazariyan

Volume 7, Issue 26 , February 2017, , Pages 113-124

  The most important objectives of monetary policy are to provide price stability, economic growth and favorable employment levels. Since achieving these goals is not directly accessible for policy makers, so introducing and studying the appropriate tools and intermediate targets seem necessary. For this ...  Read More

Explaining The Effect of Economic Growth and Energy Market Integration on Energy Consumption in Iran: Using Generalized Method of Moments

Mohammad Hossein Ehsanfar

Volume 7, Issue 25 , November 2016, , Pages 85-96

  Energy is a basic need to continuity in economic development, supplying and providing welfare and comfort in human life. Due to the limitation and scarcity of resources and also considering the extended role and importance of energy in countries’ growth and economic development, determining the ...  Read More

Dynamic Panel Data
Study on the Relationship between Energy Consumption, Economic Growth and Export Industry in Iran (Analysis Based on Panel Data)

Mohammad Reza Lotfalipour; Mohammad Hossein Mahdavi Adeli

Volume 6, Issue 24 , September 2016, , Pages 17-38

  Due to limitation of energy resources and its importance in the supply chain as the final products for consumers and inputs for manufacturers on the one hand, and On the other hand, due to the large fluctuations in prices and increased greenhouse gas emissions conservation policies and factors affecting ...  Read More

Economic Growth
Modeling and Predicting of Iran’s Economic Growth Using ANFIS, Markov Switching and ARIMA Models

Morteza Salehi Sarbijan

Volume 6, Issue 24 , September 2016, , Pages 55-68

  Economic growth forecast is a major problem in economy that has a significant impact in government policy and economic planning. It also helps policy makers for future decisions. Multivariate econometric forecasting models associated with many limitations, so an alternative approach is the use of univariate ...  Read More