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Analyzing the Effects of the Macroeconomics Pass-through to Inflation Rate in Iran’s Economy: An Application of a Non-Linear and Asymmetric Model

Zahra Sharif; Masoud Nonejad; Ali Haghighat; Mehrzad Ebrahimi

Volume 10, Issue 37 , January 2020, Pages 15-32

  The fundamental question of this study is whether the variables that generally lead to increase in the general price level of goods and services in an economy over a period of time can reduce the prices level with the same intensity and during the same time period? To answer this question, according ...  Read More

Modelling the Economic and Welfare Effects of Expanding Health Sector and Sickness Reduction in Iran (CGE Approach)

ehsan taheri; Hossein Sadeghi; lotfali agheli; alireza naseri

Volume 10, Issue 37 , January 2020, Pages 33-50

  Reduction in the access to health care services and spread of disease can have a negative effects on the economic growth and welfare of the community by reducing the labor force participation. Increasing government health expenditures is one of the ways to overcome these problems. However, implementing ...  Read More

International Commerce
The Impact of Inflation Volatility on the Relationships between the Iranian Trade Balance with the Exchange Rate: Non-linear Approach

hana abolhasanbeigi; Alireza Kazerooni; Mahdi Barghi Oskooee; Hossein Asgharpur

Volume 10, Issue 37 , January 2020, Pages 51-64

  Inflation volatility is one of the characteristics of Iranian economy over the past four decades. Inflation volatility by creating macroeconomic instability can affect the relation of economic variables. The purpose of this study is the evaluation of the impact of nonlinear inflation volatility on the ...  Read More

Economic Growth
Identifying and Evaluating Components of Tax System Compatible with Economic Development of Iran Using Delphi Combined Method and Multi-Criteria Decision Making

Keyumars Amiri; Ali Asghar Anvari Rostami; Mehrdad Ghanbari; Babak Jamshidinavid

Volume 10, Issue 37 , January 2020, Pages 65-86

  Since the tax system is the main source of government revenue and fiscal policy instruments for distributing income and wealth and is highly sensitive to economic fluctuations and shocks to GDP, it is considered to be the decisive factor in the realization of the economy. Therefore, the evolution of ...  Read More

Economic Growth
Studying the Effect of Government Expenditure Shock on Economic Growth in Iran and MENA Selected Countries through Estimation of Government Expenditure Multiplier

mahnaz hoseinpur; kambiz hojabr kiani; fatemeh zandi; ali dehghani; khalil saeedi

Volume 10, Issue 37 , January 2020, Pages 87-110

    In this paper, firstly, the impact of government expenditure on economic growth in Iran (1980-2016) and MENA countries (2000-2016) is investigated using VAR and PVAR models. Further, the government expenditure multiplier are calculated and compared comparatively using the impulse response functions ...  Read More

Natural Resource Rents and Opportunity and Necessity Entrepreneurship

Hoda Zobeiri; Mani Motameni; Atefeh Raeisi

Volume 10, Issue 37 , January 2020, Pages 111-124

  Natural resource rents theoretically can stimulate entrepreneurship as a production inputs. In other hands, natural resource rents can change intensives of potential entrepreneurs, reduce opportunity driven entrepreneurship and increase necessity driven entrepreneurship. However, necessity driven entrepreneurship ...  Read More

The Effects of Uncertainty in Inflation and Macroeconomic Variables on Housing Prices in Iran

Ahmad Ali Asadpour

Volume 10, Issue 37 , January 2020, Pages 125-136

  The purpose of this study is to investigate the effect of uncertainty in inflation, bank finance, bank interest rates, liquidity, stock prices, price index and GDP on housing prices in Iran. In order to achieve this goal, seasonal data has been used during the period 1991 to 2013. EGARCH pattern (1,1) ...  Read More