In collaboration with Payame Noor University and Iranian Association for Energy Economics (IRAEE)
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Impact of Development on Female Economic Participation in MENA Countries by Fractional Panel Probit Model

ZahraMila Elmi; Kheizaran Roostaei Shalmani

Volume 4, Issue 14 , May 2014, Pages 28-11

  Economic literature has shown significant attention towards the economical analysis of female participation rate since Mincer (1992) and Cain (1966). In the recent years, female participation rate increased considerably in the developed countries, while this rate had a little change in developing countries ...  Read More

The Effect of Tax on Attracting Foreign Direct Investment in D-8 Countries

Mohammadreza Nasiri Nezhad; Hossein Ostadi; Amir Hortamani

Volume 4, Issue 14 , May 2014, Pages 38-29

  No country today without the active participation in international trade and the global economy can not reach its proper development. The challenge currently facing developing countries including Iran is how the international activities of the company are effective. Economic development will be achieved ...  Read More

Effect of Social Cohesion on Economic Development (Cross-Country Study Using Panel Data Approach)

Hoda Zobeiri; Zahra Karimi Moghari

Volume 4, Issue 14 , May 2014, Pages 62-39

  The purpose of this paper is to combine two concepts of economy and society to analyze the economic development by a social approach. Social cohesion is the situation which all elements of society be joined in a manner that makes an effective union. In this research, the social cohesion index for 85 ...  Read More

Short-Term and Long-Term Effects of Government Size on the Growth of Employment in Iran During 1976-2011 (Using Bounds Test)

Behzad Alipour; Mehdi Pedram; Soheila Mojadami

Volume 4, Issue 14 , May 2014, Pages 74-63

  Employment is one of the triple basic factors of production i.e. land, labor, and capital; unlike other factors, labor cannot be stored, and this power will be lost if it cannot be used in production. Therefore, the necessity of the analysis of the employment is of special importance. The question of ...  Read More

Investigation of the Non-Oil Export Diversification in the Status of the International Sanctions For the Period (2004-2012)

Somayeh Nematollahi; Alireza Garshasbi

Volume 4, Issue 14 , May 2014, Pages 92-75

  Export diversification in developing countries is an important tool to stabilize the foreign exchange revenue from exports of goods and services. This paper examines changes in diversification of exports for the period 2004-2012 when international sanctions increased against Iran. For this purpose, export ...  Read More

The Effect of Oil Export Concentration on Economic Growth in OPEC Countries

Alireza Pourfaraj; Adeleh Khaleghian

Volume 4, Issue 14 , May 2014, Pages 112-93

  The Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) has a key role in making universal political and economic decisions regarding petroleum. Therefore, it seems highly important to assess the OPEC member’s degree of concentration and its monopoly.  This research, aims to assess and ...  Read More

Tourism and Economic Development in Iran Neural Networks Approach (1980-2011)

Mohammad Reza Babaei Semiromi; Minoo Nazifi Naeini; Sahar Abbaspour

Volume 4, Issue 14 , May 2014, Pages 130-113

  Tourism has a great impact on the economic and social activities and understanding these relationships is useful for a strong contribution to the interaction between sustainable development and tourism. This study investigated the status of tourism in Iran, and then Iranian tourism demand model using ...  Read More