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Volume 2 (2012)
Volume 1 (2011)
Using 2SLS Method for: Analyzing the Simultaneous Effects of Economic Integration, Employment and Economic Growth

Batool Rafat; Saeedeh Beyk Zadeh

Volume 2, Issue 8 , December 2012, , Pages 22-9

Abstract
  Economic integration is one of the most challenging issues of the countries in present time on which there are many disagreements. Investigating its effects and consequences from different views including, political, economic, social, and cultural aspects has attracted many scientists, economists, and ...  Read More

Surveying of Structural Break in Nexus of Financial Development and Economic Growth and Optimal Size of Lending of Bank Credit to Private Sector

Mehdi Taghavi; Sholeh Bagheri; Parisa Mohajeri

Volume 1, Issue 4 , December 2012, , Pages 54-37

Abstract
  Many studies have shown positive contribution of financial sector development to economic growth. However some new results indicate that the previous findings do not hold especially in recent years. The main purpose in this study is to examine the structural break between the financial sector development ...  Read More

The Role of Exports on Productivity and Economic Growth: Some Empirical Evidence of Iran

Akbar Komijani; Gholamali Haji

Volume 2, Issue 7 , September 2012, , Pages 20-9

Abstract
  In this article growth resources for Iran will be assessed for the period of 1959 – 2010 in format of two models. In the first model in addition of labor and capital from export, government expenditure and terms of trade in the production process will be used as effective inputs. Inserting export ...  Read More

The Effect of Knowledge and Technology's Teaching on Economic Growth in Iran

Nader Mehregan; Asghar Sepahban Gharehbaba; Elham Lorestani Lorestani

Volume 2, Issue 6 , May 2012, , Pages 94-71

Abstract
  In Lucas growth endogenous, we focus on human education that causes the weakness of decline return. Therefore the lack of autogenous technology cannot omit long term per capita growth. Human capital against autogenous growth model can be saved by investment  i.e. people can choose how long they ...  Read More

The Nonlinear Relationship between Energy Consumption and Economic Growth in Iran Based on Threshold Approach

Seyed Nezamuddin Makiyan; Azadeh Saadatkhah

Volume 2, Issue 5 , March 2012, , Pages 68-45

Abstract
  This paper investigates the possibility of both linear and nonlinear effects of energy consumption on economic growth in Iran, using data for the period of 1959–2007 based on threshold regression. Some previous studies support the view that energy consumption may promote economic growth. However, ...  Read More

Transport Position and Its Effect on the Other Economic Sectors in Iran: An Input-Output Analysis

Nooraddin Sharify

Volume 2, Issue 5 , March 2012, , Pages 238-207

Abstract
  This paper investigates the possibility of both linear and nonlinear effects of energy consumption on economic growth in Iran, using data for the period of 1959–2007 based on threshold regression. Some previous studies support the view that energy consumption may promote economic growth. However, ...  Read More

Oil Price Shocks and Economic Growth Evidence from OPEC

Mahboobeh Jahadi; Zahra Elmi

Volume 1, Issue 2 , January 2012, , Pages 40-11

Abstract
  Oil price fluctuations are one of the most important causes of economic crisis among both oil exporting and importing countries. Hence, study of oil price shocks on economy of oil exporting countries which oil revenues is the intensive generator is so vital. In this study, the effect of oil shocks on ...  Read More

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The Investigation of TFP in Iranian Economy (1966-2007)(Growth Accounting Approach)

Davoud Behboudi; Jalal Montazeri Shoorekchali

Volume 1, Issue 3 , January 2012, , Pages 70-49

Abstract
  The most attended aspect of the modern economics is its structure which relies heavily on knowledge and awareness. In this competitive world, paying attention to knowledge and relying on innovation is what makes institutions pioneers. In the early 20th century, Joseph Schumpeter and later almost all ...  Read More

The Effect of Brain Drain on Economic Growth of Developing Countries

Seyed Komail Tayebi; Mostafa Emadzadeh; Hajar Rostami

Volume 1, Issue 2 , January 2012, , Pages 94-71

Abstract
  The process of skilled international migration from developing countries to developed ones has considerably grown during two recent decades. In 1970s, most economists agreed brain drain resulted in reducing human capital stock and thus hurt developing economies. However, according to the studies of the ...  Read More

The Study of relationship between agricultural exports and economic growth &development during 1355-1388

Erfaneh Rasekh; Fariba Abedy

Volume 1, Issue 2 , January 2012, , Pages 112-95

Abstract
  Relationship between economic growth and export growth from the perspective of macro economic and political issues is important. gricultural exports have a significant share of non-oil exports which enjoy a remarkable position in exchange. According to the importance of agriculture sector, in this study ...  Read More

Economic Growth
Asyemmetry of the Impact of Monetary Shocks on Economic Growth in Iran at the New Keynesians

Sohrab Delangizan; Ali Falahati

Volume 1, Issue 3 , January 2012, , Pages 163-136

Abstract
  One of the most important macroeconomic discussions is the effects of monetary policies on the real section of economy. With this respect, the present article investigates the asymmetric or symmetric effects of monetary shocks on the economic growth of Iran. In this article, the relevant model extracted ...  Read More

Economic Growth
Effects of Selected Cultural Indicators on Economic Growth of Iran (ARDL Approach)

Mahdi Fadaee; Somayeh Nayeri

Volume 1, Issue 1 , January 2012, , Pages 159-133

Abstract
  In economic growth and development analysis, cultural change has a special situation. Cultural indicators can affect on production factors and economic growth endogenously and exogenously. Nowadays, in economic literature capital divided to: Physical, Human, Cultural, Social and Natural capital. In this ...  Read More

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The Impact of Export Diversification on Total Factor Productivity and Economic Growth (Panel Data Method in D-8 Countries)

Karim Azarbaiejani; Molood Raki; Homayoun Ranjbar

Volume 1, Issue 3 , January 2012, , Pages 201-165

Abstract
  According to discussion of export growth and economic growth, export diversification issue has been considered by many policymakers to mean the increase of exports commodity and reducing its dependence on one source of income. In other words, regardless of the composition or concentration of a country’s ...  Read More

Economic Growth
The Association between Income Inequality, Education Expenditures and Economic Growth

Reza Akbarian; Mahsa Famkar

Volume 1, Issue 1 , January 2012, , Pages 185-161

Abstract
  This paper examines the association of income inequality and economic growth with public expenditures on education as an intermediary factor in Iran. Time series data from 1974-2005 and two stage least squares (2sls) method are used to estimate a simultaneous equation system. Public expenditures on education ...  Read More