In collaboration with Payame Noor University and Iranian Association for Energy Economics (IRAEE)
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International Commerce
Theoretical Differences and Similarities of Five Years Development Plans of Islamic Republic of Iran

Mehdi Sadeghi Shahedani; Meysam Khosravi

Volume 6, Issue 23 , May 2016, Pages 32-13

  Efficient goals and policies that can be seen through development plans are the most important economic document for an economy. Development plans are affected by theoretical bases and also Iran's development plans are not as an exception. This paper tries to grasp the theories that are affect five years ...  Read More

The Role of Human Capital on the Wage-Productivity Nexus in Iranian Manufacturing Industries

Mani Motameni

Volume 6, Issue 23 , May 2016, Pages 44-33

  This study tries to investigate wage-productivity relation in Iranian manufacturing industries. For this purpose, 21 rows of ISIC categories of Iranian factories have been used during years of 1998-2012. Panel data Econometric method has been applied for data processing in homogenous and heterogeneous ...  Read More

Cultural Development
The Impact of Doctrinal And Ethical Teachings of Islam on Social Capital of Muslims of The World (With Emphasis on Generalized Trust)

Amir Khadem Alizadeh; Ali Afsari

Volume 6, Issue 23 , May 2016, Pages 58-45

  Divine religions have a significant impact on formation of social norms and strengthening of social capital through the promotion of the moral virtues. The purpose of this study is to demonstrate the impact of doctrines, rituals and ethical teachings of Islam on Muslims’ social capital in the 40 ...  Read More

Monetary Shocks
The Effect of Oil Income on Liquidity of Iran: With Emphasis on the Role of Cash Reserve Fund

Hamid Mohammad Roshani

Volume 6, Issue 23 , May 2016, Pages 74-59

  The structure of Iran’s economy is based on the revenues of oil sale so that the major macro economics variables such as foreign export revenue and then foreign exchange revenue and reserve, imports, budgeting are always set based on it. Hence the effect of this revenue has being surveyed among ...  Read More

Economic Growth
Role of Research and Development (R&D) Activitis and Physical Stock on Economic Growth: Evidence from Iran, Turkey and Malaysia

Abolfazl Shahabadi; Hossein Sohrabi vafa; Yunes Salmani

Volume 6, Issue 23 , May 2016, Pages 88-75

  The recent economic growth theories believe that the inovation developed in response to economic incentives is the main engine of technological progress and economic growth traditionally. Thus this study investigates the role of capital and R&D activities in Iran, Turkey and Malaysia with distributed ...  Read More

Economic Growth
The Determinants of Economic Growth in Iran Based on Bayesian Model Averaging and Weighted Averaging Least Square

Mohsen Mehrara; Sadeq Rezaei Bargoshadi

Volume 6, Issue 23 , May 2016, Pages 114-89

  This paper identifies determinants of economic growth in Iran, by using averaging methods and annual time series data from 1974 to 2012. The results indicate that ratio of oil revenue toGDPis the most important variable affecting economic growth. Also the second and third effective variables on growth ...  Read More

Monetary policy
The Effect of Real Exchange Rate Uncertainty on Employment for Services Sector in Iran

Mohammad Lashkary; Mehdi Behname; maliheh hassani

Volume 6, Issue 23 , May 2016, Pages 130-115

  Today in all countries one of the macroeconomic objectives is achieving an acceptable level of labor employment, for that must be regarded capacities and relative advantages for each of the economic sectors. Due to the importance and share of services sector of total employment and exchange rate volatility ...  Read More

بازار سرمایه
Factors Affecting Domestic and Foreign Investments in Iran

mohammad doudangi

Volume 6, Issue 23 , May 2016, Pages 147-131

  The investments are represented as a driving force in economic theory and continual, stable and essential economic growth is a necessary condition for social-economic development. The increase of investments volume leads to growth of production, income, value added, wealth, employment and reduction of ...  Read More