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Effect of Exchange Rate Uncertainty on Economic Growth in Iran

Asma Koochakzadeh; Sayyed Abdolmajid Jalaee

Volume 4, Issue 16 , November 2014, Pages 20-11

  Volatility in currency exchange rate and the resulting uncertainty is one of the major variables in macroeconomics that affects different economic sectors in various aspects. Since these fluctuations and the resulting uncertainty do not affect all economic sectors in a similar way, this study aims to ...  Read More

Asymmetric Effects of Divisia Monetary Aggregates on Inflation in Iran: An Application of Markov Switching Method

Ahmad Jafari Samimi; Mohammad Ali Ehsani; Amir Mansour Tehranchian; Saman Ghaderi

Volume 4, Issue 16 , November 2014, Pages 40-21

  Keynesian economists has focused on three types of asymmetric effects of monetary policy: (a) asymmetry related to the direction of the monetary policy action (positive and negative), (b) asymmetry related to the size of the monetary policy action (large and small); and (c) asymmetry related to ...  Read More

Examining the Relationship between Economic Growth and Coefficient of Social Welfare under the Bayesian Approach in Iran

Mohammad Nabi Shahiki Tash; Saber Molaee; Khadijeh Dinarzehi

Volume 4, Issue 16 , November 2014, Pages 52-41

  The main objective of this paper is to examine the impact of economic growth on coefficient of cardinal welfare in Iran’s economy. Hence, we employ the Bayesian approach and the estimation of forward and backward density functions in order to measure the effect of economic growth spillovers ...  Read More

Effect of Political Stability and Economic Freedom on the Economic Growth in Selected Developed and Developing Countries

Abolfazl Shahabadi; Zohre Bahari

Volume 4, Issue 16 , November 2014, Pages 72-53

  One of the most important macro-economic objectives of the countries is to create the necessary conditions for promoting economic growth. Among them, we can point to political stability and economic freedom. Political instability leads to wasting physical and human resources and social capital, which ...  Read More

Social Capital and Financial Development in Iran

Mahmood Yahyazadehfar; Amir Mansour Tehranchian; Mahyar Hami

Volume 4, Issue 16 , November 2014, Pages 88-73

  The purpose of this paper is to study the impact of social capital on financial development in Iran. To do so, the statistical data were collected during 1984 to 2012 and vector error correction model was used. The number of annually judicial cases about returned checks and liquidity to real gross domestic ...  Read More

Measuring Social Capital among Elites in Tehran Province (Using Resource Generator Model)

Reza Najarzadeh; Morteza Ezzati; Mohammad Soleimani

Volume 4, Issue 16 , November 2014, Pages 104-89

  The measurement of social capital is a major challenge in the social capital research. For this purpose researchers employ different methods and techniques. One of these methods is the Resource Generator Technique. In this article we use this technique to measure the elite’s social capital living ...  Read More

Analyzing the Effects of Trade on Human Development in Selected MENA Countries

Mirnaser Mirbagheri Hir; Farzad Rahimzadeh; Sayyed Rashed Safavi

Volume 4, Issue 16 , November 2014, Pages 120-105

  In many countries, achieving to the millennium development goals, such as sustainable economic growth, poverty reduction and human development enhancement are their important priorities. One of these goals is to improve the human development index that is used to compare the level of welfare. This study, ...  Read More