In collaboration with Payame Noor University and Iranian Association for Energy Economics (IRAEE)
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Volume 1 (2011)
The Causal Relationship between Bank Capital and Profitability

Seyed Mohammad Reza Seyed Noorani; Hossien Amiri; Adel Mohammadiyan

Volume 2, Issue 6 , May 2012, Pages 44-11

  In this article, the relationship between capital structure and return on equity is examined. The relationship between capital structure and return on equity is of considerable importance to all firms and banks. The banking industry is especially sensitive to changes in financial leverage due to their ...  Read More

Effect of Removal of Energy Subsidies on Iran's Rubber Industry Competitiveness (Case Study: Yazd Rubber Industries Complex)

Khadijeh Nasrollahi; Reza Hosseiny

Volume 2, Issue 6 , May 2012, Pages 70-45

  One of the industries which may affect the law enforcement of subsidies targeting is rubber industries. One of the factors affecting product’s cost price is energy price and because product's cost price is the source of competitiveness for an industry in market so this research analyzes ...  Read More

The Effect of Knowledge and Technology's Teaching on Economic Growth in Iran

Nader Mehregan; Asghar Sepahban Gharehbaba; Elham Lorestani Lorestani

Volume 2, Issue 6 , May 2012, Pages 94-71

  In Lucas growth endogenous, we focus on human education that causes the weakness of decline return. Therefore the lack of autogenous technology cannot omit long term per capita growth. Human capital against autogenous growth model can be saved by investment  i.e. people can choose how long they ...  Read More

The Analysis of the Level of Consistency between Neoclassic and Islamic Paradigms in Economic Development

Mohammad Vaez Borzani Vaez Borzani; Mohammad Hasan Moshref Javadi; Azam Koohi Esfahani

Volume 2, Issue 6 , May 2012, Pages 148-95

  Each country would follow an economic paradigm which is constructed on ethical values and epistemological foundations. Taking lessons from existing vast amount of theoretical and empirical researches in neoclassic paradigm and taking views on consistency of it with Islamic doctrine can appear as a road ...  Read More

Testing Wagner's Law in Selected Countries and Iran (1980-2010)

Yadollah Dadgar; Rouhollah Nazari

Volume 2, Issue 6 , May 2012, Pages 172-149

  One of the most well known methods for explaining the growth in public sector is Wagner's law, which explains the growth of government size. Wagner argues that the more per capita income in economy, the bigger would be the government size. Using panel data method, this paper is analyzing Wagner's law ...  Read More

The Effect of Financial Development on Income Inequality in Iran

Nasim Jaberi Khosroshahi; Mohammad Reza Mohamadvand Nahidi; Davood Noroozi

Volume 2, Issue 6 , May 2012, Pages 208-173

  Income distribution is one of the policymakers concerns. So it is important to investigate its determinants. Considering that financial development is one of the effective factors on income distribution, we decide to investigate its effect on income distribution during 1973-2008 using Autoregressive ...  Read More

Effect of Economic Globalization on Government Size (Surveying the Selected Asian Countries)

Hasan Sadeghi; Majid Sameti; Morteza Sameti

Volume 2, Issue 6 , May 2012, Pages 249-209

  Economic   development    programs,   especially   in   developing   countries,  as  much  as   national  economies  interaction  with  the  global   economy,   are affected   ...  Read More