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Volume 7 (2017)
Volume 6 (2016)
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Non-Linear Effects of Economic Globalization on Income Inequality in Iran: Smooth Transition Regression (STR) Model

Mohammad Jafari

Volume 8, Issue 29 , December 2017, , Pages 61-76

Abstract
  Due to the important role of economic globalization in income inequality of countries, the purpose of this paper is to investigate the non-linear impact of economic globalization on income inequality in Iran during 1979-2014. For this purpose, is used the smooth transition regression (STR) model. The ...  Read More

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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

Abstract
  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

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Comparing Iranian Development Plans by Multidimensional Poverty Index Calculated by Alkire-Foster Method

mohammad hasan fotros; sudeh ghodsi

Volume 7, Issue 27 , July 2017, , Pages 45-64

Abstract
  The main objective of this paper is to measure multidimensional poverty index (MPI) based on Alkire and Foster method and analyzing incidence and intensity of poverty in Iran in three dimensions for the period of 1989-2014. In this study, households’ income-expenditure raw data published by the ...  Read More

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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

Abstract
  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

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Investigating Interaction of Foreign Direct Investment and Domestic Investment (Comparative Study of 136 Countries and Iran)

Hassan Daliri

Volume 7, Issue 26 , February 2017, , Pages 81-96

Abstract
  On the theoretical front the literature on the linkage between FDI and domestic investment is ambiguous. This paper investigates whether foreign direct investment crowds in or crowds out domestic investment in the world. Our data analysis covers 136 of the world countries for the period 2000-2013. This ...  Read More

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The Impact of Monetary and Fiscal Policies on Employment Fluctuations with an Emphasis on Private Sector Employment

mohamad ali ehsani; hadi keshavarz; Masoud Keshavarz

Volume 7, Issue 26 , February 2017, , Pages 125-144

Abstract
  Monetary and fiscal policies are considered of high significance in the economic stabilization policies that are utilized to manage the demand side, but economic experts do not agree upon this policy and its results. This is worthwhile to mention that the source issues in the agreement or disagreement ...  Read More

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The Effects of Adjustment of Energy Carrier Prices on Iran’s Economy

mostafa eskandary; Ali Nasiri Aghdam; Hamid Mohammadi; Hamidreza Mirzaei

Volume 7, Issue 25 , November 2016, , Pages 51-64

Abstract
  Subsidy with distortion of prices prevents optimal allocation of resources and decrease economic growth and on the other hand has an irreparable effects on country economic sectors, Thus by determining the trend of macroeconomic variables (production changes, price changes, etc.), economic policymakers ...  Read More

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Examination of Underground Economy and Tax Evasion within the Framework of Dynamic Stochastic General Equilibrium Models (DSGE)

Mohammad Hassan Fotros; ali dalaei milan

Volume 7, Issue 25 , November 2016, , Pages 65-84

Abstract
  Planning for economic development and making a decision for the implementation of economic policies, need to understand the performance of the whole economy, including the official sector and the underground sector. Understanding the performance of the whole economy requires to know economic information ...  Read More

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The Role of Human Capital on the Wage-Productivity Nexus in Iranian Manufacturing Industries

Mani Motameni

Volume 6, Issue 23 , May 2016, , Pages 44-33

Abstract
  This study tries to investigate wage-productivity relation in Iranian manufacturing industries. For this purpose, 21 rows of ISIC categories of Iranian factories have been used during years of 1998-2012. Panel data Econometric method has been applied for data processing in homogenous and heterogeneous ...  Read More

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The Analysis of the Effect of Unemployment Rate on the Shadow Economy in Selected Developing Countries

Somayeh Hasanvand; Mansour Zarra-Nezhad; Amir Hossein Montazer-Hojat

Volume 6, Issue 22 , January 2016, , Pages 118-103

Abstract
  The shadow economy is a real phenomenon with significant and complex concepts that requires deep study and attention. For all the countries of the worldespecially developing countries which possess a more expanded volume of these activities, always there are concerns about the growing tendency of shadow ...  Read More

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The Optimal Growth Rate of Government's Expenditure: Dynamic Optimal Control Theory

ali younessi; Hadi Ghafari; Mohammad Hossein Porkazemi; Farhad Khodadad Kashi

Volume 6, Issue 22 , January 2016, , Pages 164-145

Abstract
  Increase in government spending can lead to increase in production, supply of public goods and services as well as utility. However, it should be noted that increasing the role of government in the economy will cause crowding out of the private sector and this will reduce the utility. The present study ...  Read More