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Economic Growth
The Mechanisms through which Industrial Clusters Affect Regional Economic Growth in Iran: Panel Data Approach

Hamid Azizmohammadlou

Volume 7, Issue 26 , February 2017, Pages 17-34

  In this paper, the effects of industrial clusters on regional economic growth have been analyzed through an endogenous growth model using panel data approach (30 provinces during 2001-2012).The findings show a statistically significant relationship between industrial clusters and regional economic growth ...  Read More

The Effect of Improving Management of Oil Wealth Abundance on Public Health Spending in the Selected Oil Exporting and Developed Countries: GMM Approach

Abolfazl Shahabadi; Marzieh Salehi

Volume 7, Issue 26 , February 2017, Pages 35-48

  The impact of increased public health spending on economic-social performance of society and especially the importance and its role in providing and ensuring sustainable development in developing and developed countries, has been interest of economists and politicians since past to present. For this ...  Read More

Determining the Level of Regional Inequality in Provinces of Iran: Analysis of Multidimensional Composite Index

Zahra Karimi Moughari; Javad Barati

Volume 7, Issue 26 , February 2017, Pages 49-70

  Regional inequality is a multidimensional phenomenon and includes different areas of economic, social and cultural. Therefore for any country is necessary to introduce a multidimensional composite index for the measurement of regional inequality. This study aimed to determine the level of regional inequality ...  Read More

The Effects of Monetary Index of Thrift and Hardworking on Human Capital in Selected Developing Countries: An Emphasis on Iran

amirmansour tehranchian; saedeh azizi saales; آرزو محمودی

Volume 7, Issue 26 , February 2017, Pages 71-80

  The aim of this study is to investigate the effect of monetary index of thrift and hardworking (as cultural capital) on human capital in selected developing countries during 2005-2012.The data gathering method in this survey is based on library databases. Panel method is used to analysis the data and ...  Read More

Investigating Interaction of Foreign Direct Investment and Domestic Investment (Comparative Study of 136 Countries and Iran)

Hassan Daliri

Volume 7, Issue 26 , February 2017, Pages 81-96

  On the theoretical front the literature on the linkage between FDI and domestic investment is ambiguous. This paper investigates whether foreign direct investment crowds in or crowds out domestic investment in the world. Our data analysis covers 136 of the world countries for the period 2000-2013. This ...  Read More

Economic Growth
The Effect of Government Size on Good Governance and Economic Performance of Selected Countries

Yousef Mohammadzadeh; Samad Hekmati Farid; Elmira Sharifi

Volume 7, Issue 26 , February 2017, Pages 97-112

  Although it is generally agreed that there is a role for the government to redistribute income in favor of the poor and provide public goods and services, there is considerable disagreement over how far the government should go in these areas.On this issue, a variety of conflicting theoretical explanations ...  Read More

Monetary policy
Regulation of Monetary Policy on Economic Growth (Assessment of McCallum Rule in Iran)

Seyed Ziyaodin Kiya Hoseini; Mona Hashemi; Amin Hatami; Rafik Nazariyan

Volume 7, Issue 26 , February 2017, Pages 113-124

  The most important objectives of monetary policy are to provide price stability, economic growth and favorable employment levels. Since achieving these goals is not directly accessible for policy makers, so introducing and studying the appropriate tools and intermediate targets seem necessary. For this ...  Read More

The Impact of Monetary and Fiscal Policies on Employment Fluctuations with an Emphasis on Private Sector Employment

mohamad ali ehsani; hadi keshavarz; Masoud Keshavarz

Volume 7, Issue 26 , February 2017, Pages 125-144

  Monetary and fiscal policies are considered of high significance in the economic stabilization policies that are utilized to manage the demand side, but economic experts do not agree upon this policy and its results. This is worthwhile to mention that the source issues in the agreement or disagreement ...  Read More