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Analysis of Short-Run and Long-Run Effects of Monetary Shocks on the Production and Employment of the Basic Metals Industry in Iran: A Non-Linear ARDL Approach

Ebrahim Nasirifar; Ebrahim Hojabr Kiani; Seyed Shamsodin Hossaini; Farhad Ghaffari

Volume 11, Issue 43 , June 2021, Pages 30-15

  The basic metals industry is one of the most important national production industries, which includes approximately 20 percent of the industrial productions as well as 13 percent of the employment in Iran's industry. The purpose of this paper is to investigate the short-run and long-run and asymmetric ...  Read More

The Effects of Oil Price Volatility on Iran’s Economic Growth through Some Institutional, Monetary and Financial Variables

hamid khavari; Mohammad Ali Falahi; Narges Salehnia

Volume 11, Issue 43 , June 2021, Pages 50-31

  In Iran, oil supplies the needed fuel and is the main source of foreign exchange earnings. Thereby, any volatility in oil prices will affect Iran's foreign exchange earnings at first and economic growth through time. This study, using Structural Vector Auto Regression (SVAR) model, investigates the effects ...  Read More

The Effect of Economic Fluctuations and Monetary and Fiscal Policies on Business Cycles (The Case of Oil Economies and BVAR Approach)

Anita Azimi hosseini; Beitollah Akbari Moghaddam; Morteza Asadi

Volume 11, Issue 43 , June 2021, Pages 64-51

  This study was conducted to examine business cycles and identify significant factors affecting these cycles using Bayesian Vector Autoregressive (BVAR) in presence of institutional, political and global factors in five oil exporting countries including Canada, Iran, Nigeria, Norway and Venezuela during ...  Read More

Study the Effects of Tax Shock on Macroeconomic Variables in an Oil Economy with the Approach of Dynamic Stochastic General Equilibrium (DSGE)

Rouollah abedkhani; Seyed Nematollah mousavi; Sharareh Majdzadeh Tabatabai

Volume 11, Issue 43 , June 2021, Pages 82-65

  Oil revenues and taxes, respectively, are the first and second sources of government revenues in Iran's economy, with changes in their volume having significant effects on production, employment and ultimately, economic growth, which are the major objectives of the economy. The purpose of this paper ...  Read More

Spatial Causality between Migration, Income Inequality and Poverty in Iranian Cities

Elham Nobahar; Fahmideh Ghorbani

Volume 11, Issue 43 , June 2021, Pages 102-83

  Migration is one of the main drivers of population changes and has many positive and negative effects in short and long term, and these impacts change the social and economic structure within the migrant areas. The main purpose of this study is to investigate the relationship between net migration, income ...  Read More

Optimum and Threshold Rates of Government Debt in Iran

reza zamani; masoud majidi

Volume 11, Issue 43 , June 2021, Pages 124-103

  Analysis of optimum and threshold rates of government debt in Iran and the effect of public debt on economic growth are the major purposes of this paper. As government debt is both economic and political phenomena, there are a lot of political economic literature that focus on some dimensions including ...  Read More

The Impact of Investors' Mental Accounting on Financing Policies and Economic Growth from Financial Reporting Perspective

Farhad koohkan; Mohammad Reza Shoorvarzi; Abolghasem Masih Abadi; Aliraza Mehrazin

Volume 11, Issue 43 , June 2021, Pages 136-125

  The purpose of this study was to investigate the effect of investors' mental accounting on financing policies of companies admitted to Tehran Stock Exchange. Statistical population was including of 14 top investment companies and their apposite invest taker companies (109 companies) during 2011-2017. ...  Read More