In collaboration with Payame Noor University and Iranian Association for Energy Economics (IRAEE)
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The effect of economic globalization on growth : with an emphasis on the De facto and De jure aspects of the KOF globalization index

davod sadagiani; samad hekmati farid; kiumars shahbazi; S. Jamaledin M. Zonouzi

Volume 14, Issue 53 , January 2024, Pages 30-13

  globalization has different aspects including economic, cultural and political, Also the effects of globalization are different in developing and developed countries, And according to the theoretical point of view, the effect of globalization on economic growth varies over time. Therefore, in the present ...  Read More

Oil Price Fluctuation, Macro Financial Linkage in Oil Exporting Country with Markov Switching Vector Autoregression

Reihaneh Larijani; Zahra Karimi; SeyedKamal Sadeghi; Reza Ranjpour

Volume 14, Issue 53 , January 2024, Pages 52-31

  For estimating the oil price fluctuations effects on banking system and its relationship with macroeconomy, banking system fragility index has been used in this study. Using Kibritçioglu (2003), an index for banking fragility has been calculated. Then, for investigation of interactions between ...  Read More

Financial inclusion and economic growth in MENA countries: the role of the shadow economy

Ali Rezazadeh; ali moridian; ّFatemeh havasbeigi,

Volume 14, Issue 53 , January 2024, Pages 76-53

  One of the most important lessons of the global financial crisis in 2008 was the importance of maintaining financial stability and curbing systematic risk. Meanwhile, most developing economies around the world are seeking to increase the inclusiveness of their financial systems. Financial inclusion is ...  Read More

Monetary policy
Investigating the effects of consumption and capital expenditure impulses of the government under Taylor's rule and Growth rate of money (DSGE model)

.. ...; . ...; fatemeh zandi; .. ...

Volume 14, Issue 53 , January 2024, Pages 96-77

  Since the infrastructure of growth and development has not been formed in the developing and oil-producing countries, and also the private sector does not have the power to operate in this field due to institutional reasons, weak financial and sometimes technical ability, among the factors affecting ...  Read More

Co2 Emissions
Do the development of technology and the expansion of trade reduce the ecological footprint ? A case study: evidence from developing countries

uosef mehnatfar; fariba osmani; Mehdi cheshomi; Lila Aghar

Volume 14, Issue 53 , January 2024, Pages 110-97

  In recent decades, economic growth along with environmental protection is important issue facing most economic societies. On the other hand, with the increase of new technologies and the trade openness, the effect of changing new and extensive structures on the environment has become very important. ...  Read More

Economic Growth
Knowledge-Based Economy and Manufacturing: Investigating the Effect of the Economic Complexity Index on the Added Value of Factories Using the PMG Method

Sahar Nasrnejad nesheli; Mani Motameni; Mohammad Abdi Seyyedkolaee

Volume 14, Issue 53 , January 2024, Pages 124-111

  Economic complexity is one of the criteria for measuring the knowledge-based economy of a country. Several studies have shown that improving the economic complexity index leads to sustainable economic growth and improved welfare. Therefore, policy makers tend to place the development and progress of ...  Read More

Co2 Emissions
Coupling or Decoupling Relationship Between CO2 Emissions Related to Energy and Economic Growth: Middle East Selected Countries Evidence
Volume 14, Issue 53 , January 2024, Pages 144-125

  The article purpose is analysis of decoupling relationship between CO2 emissions energy-related and economic growth in 6 Middle East countries in period 1990-2019. For this, CO2 emissions driving mechanisms were first quantified using Logarithmic Mean Divisia Index (LMDI) method, and then decomposed ...  Read More

Human Capital
Financial decentralization and human capital growth

ali younessi

Volume 14, Issue 53 , January 2024, Pages 158-145

  In macroeconomic literature, the growth of human capital is so important that if economic growth occurs and this growth cannot improve the condition of human capital, it seems that the efforts have been fruitless. Human capital is measured through the HDI index, and due to the need to improve it, many ...  Read More