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Economic Growth
The SOCIO- economics Determnants of Fertility in Iran (panel data aproch)

Zahra Afshari

Volume 6, Issue 22 , January 2016, Pages 20-13

  This article examines theselected socio- economic determinants of fertility in Iran. For this purpose, the data for 30 provinces of Iran during the period 2006-2012 were considered. The panel data method of estimation was applied to estimate the relationship between the variables. The resultsshow thateconomic ...  Read More

Redistribution Effects of Revenue from Energy Carriers Price Reform on Household Demand and Welfare using the Computable General Equilibrium Model

Roohollah Mahdavi

Volume 6, Issue 22 , January 2016, Pages 36-21

  The Effects of energy carriers price reform policy such as households demand and welfare decrease led to decision-makers attend to revenue recycling of this policy and its injection to the economy as a way to reduce or elimination of mentioned costs. Therefore, in Present research,  using the Computable ...  Read More

International Financial Development Study and Its Effect on Economy’s Globalization In Iran by Using Panel Data

Annamohammad Agharkakli; Mahmood Yahyazadehfar; Mehdi Nobakht

Volume 6, Issue 22 , January 2016, Pages 56-37

  The purpose of this paper is measuring of international financial development and its effect on economy’s globalization in South-West Asia countries and Iran during the years 2004-2011.To do so, we have applied the data that published by the World Bank in 2014. In this research, Eviews econometric ...  Read More

Economic Growth
Simulation of Green Tax on Economic Growth in Iran: Application of Computable General Equilibrium (CGE) Approach

Ahmad Jafari Samimi; elham alizadeh malafeh

Volume 6, Issue 22 , January 2016, Pages 70-57

  Expansion of energy consumption and trend of rising emissions of pollutants resulting from the combustion of energy carriers in the world has caused environmental crises which be recognized as one of the most important challenges which governments in the twenty-first century are facing. That is why governments ...  Read More

Economic Growth
Empirical Analysis of Effect of Qualitative Financial Development on Economic Growth (Case of Iran)

Behnam Ebrahimi; Mohammad Vaez Barzani; Rahim Dallali Esfahani; Majid Fakhar

Volume 6, Issue 22 , January 2016, Pages 84-71

  It’s expected, theoretically, that financial development, facilitates allocation of resources to most-productive uses and thereby fosters economic growth. Nonetheless, some opponent theories and evidences, implies that financial development may has different and to some extent antonym effects on ...  Read More

The Impact of Oil Price Shocks on Inflation, Growth and Money; A Case Study of Iran

Abo Alghasem AsnaAshari; Kamran Nadri; Asghar Abolhasani; Nader Mehregan; Mohammad Reza Babaei

Volume 6, Issue 22 , January 2016, Pages 102-85

  Like most of oil exporting countries, Iran’s economy is exposed to the government’s great share of economic activites, complicated monetary and economic policies and a meager activity in production section.Thus a shock in oil price has a significant effect on domestic production, inflation ...  Read More

The Analysis of the Effect of Unemployment Rate on the Shadow Economy in Selected Developing Countries

Somayeh Hasanvand; Mansour Zarra-Nezhad; Amir Hossein Montazer-Hojat

Volume 6, Issue 22 , January 2016, Pages 118-103

  The shadow economy is a real phenomenon with significant and complex concepts that requires deep study and attention. For all the countries of the worldespecially developing countries which possess a more expanded volume of these activities, always there are concerns about the growing tendency of shadow ...  Read More

Economic Growth
The Impact of Business Regulatory Reforms and Intellectual Property Rights on Economic Growth in Upper Middle Income Countries

samad hekmati farid; Yosef Mohamad zadeh; Diman Khazali

Volume 6, Issue 22 , January 2016, Pages 130-119

  The aim of this paper is investigating the effect of business regulations and intellectual property rights on economic performance. More precisely, we attempt to examine this issue for a sample of 46 middle and upper middle income countries over the period 2004-2013. We use the World Bank Doing Business ...  Read More

Economic Growth
The Impact of Oil Resource Abundance on Iran’s Economic Growth Through The Impact on The Budget and External Sector Imbalances

mohammad rezaei; Kazem Yavari; Morteza Ezzati; Mansour Etesami

Volume 6, Issue 22 , January 2016, Pages 144-131

  This paper examines the effect of oil resource abundance on economic growth through the budget and external sector imbalances. The three equations -that have been extracted from theoretical explanation-estimated simultaneously, using 3SLS for the period 1973-2012. We find negative effects of non-oil ...  Read More

The Optimal Growth Rate of Government's Expenditure: Dynamic Optimal Control Theory

ali younessi; Hadi Ghafari; Mohammad Hossein Porkazemi; Farhad Khodadad Kashi

Volume 6, Issue 22 , January 2016, Pages 164-145

  Increase in government spending can lead to increase in production, supply of public goods and services as well as utility. However, it should be noted that increasing the role of government in the economy will cause crowding out of the private sector and this will reduce the utility. The present study ...  Read More