In collaboration with Payame Noor University and Iranian Association for Energy Economics (IRAEE)
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Economic Growth
Estimated Interactions between Non-Oil Exports and Economic Growth through the Quantitative and Qualitative Strengthening of Inputs; MS-VAR Approach

Ali Mahdiloo; Hosein Asgharpour; Mohammad Mehdi Barghi Oskooei

Volume 7, Issue 28 , September 2017, Pages 17-32

  There are two major views on the subject of the relationship between the development of non-oil exports and economic growth. In first opinion, non-oil exports leads to economic growth through the increase in quality of inputs. In second opinion, economic growth will increase non-oil exports throughquantitative ...  Read More

Study of Regional Development Targeted Incentives Using DID Approach, Case Study: Tax Exemptions Article 132 of Direct Tax Act

Yeganeh Mousavi Jahromi; Mohammad Reza Razavi; Farhad Khodadad Kashi; Seied Hossien Eizadi

Volume 7, Issue 28 , September 2017, Pages 33-50

  Iran’s tax system includes many forms of tax incentives, like as regionally targeted tax incentives. According to direct tax act, article 132, that includes this kind of incentive, declared taxable income of manufacturing and mining activities in less developed regions are totally (100%) exempt ...  Read More

Co2 Emissions
An Investigation of Energy Consumption, Economic Growth and CO2 Emission in the Iranian Economic Sectors

Rouhollah Shahnazi; Ebrahim Hadian; Lotfollah Jargani

Volume 7, Issue 28 , September 2017, Pages 51-70

  Although the trend of increase in energy consumption has made possible fast economic growth of industrial modern society, but because of combustion pollutants emission and increase in density of carbon dioxide in atmosphere has made irreversible changes in the world. Not only this trend is destroying ...  Read More

Examination of the Relationship between Economic Growth and Saving Rate in Low and High Inflation Countries

Teymor Rahmani; Elnaz Bagherpur Oskoei

Volume 7, Issue 28 , September 2017, Pages 71-82

  The effect of saving on investment and economic growth is an important issue in both economic theory and policy. Also, having high and stable economic growth is of importance for all economies. On the other hand, inflation and its adverse effects (especially on economic growth) is one of the main economic ...  Read More

Income inequality
Measuring Economic Growth Inequality and Examining Growth Convergence of Iran's Provinces (Spatial Econometric Approach)

Sohrab Delangizan; Younes Goli; Yahya Goli

Volume 7, Issue 28 , September 2017, Pages 83-98

  Growth inequalities are one of the important issues of urban and regional economies. The present study focuses on the Theil inequality index and regional statistics data of Iran during the years 2005 to 2013. This study measures the inequality and examines the effects of industrialization on it. In this ...  Read More

International Commerce
nalysis of the Impact of Export Insurance Subsidies on Non-Oil Export: Fuzzy Regression Approach

aso Esmailpour; Ahmad Assadzadeh; Mostafa Shokri; Hammed Zolghader

Volume 7, Issue 28 , September 2017, Pages 99-112

  One of the main goals of developing countries is abating of stable and enduring economic growth. Therefore, recognition of effective factors on economic growth is very­ important. Due to special significance of effective factors on non-oil exports in trade policy making, in this study the influence ...  Read More

توسعه مالی
The Role of Financial Development in the Arrival of Foreign Direct Investment and Promotion of Economic Growth

Farshid Pourshahabi; Marzie Esfandiari

Volume 7, Issue 28 , September 2017, Pages 113-126

  Economic growth has always been an important objective of policy in different countries. In developing countries including Iran, to achieving a reasonable rate of economic growth is essential. Since developing countries are facing with low efficiency of investment due to technological backwardness, so ...  Read More

The Effect of Energy Intensity on Economy Sectors by Input-Output Approach

Shokooh Mahmoodi; seyed abdolmajid jalaee esfand abadi

Volume 7, Issue 28 , September 2017, Pages 127-140

  In this research the effect of energy intensity shocks on energy use of three sectors of economy is studied through input-output table and the dependence of every following section on energy section is computed by calculating forward linkage index of energy sector with each following section. The results ...  Read More

total factor productivity of production؛
Direct and Indirect Effects of Oil on Total Factor Productivity in Iran's Economy (Using Simultaneous Equations System)

Abolfazl Shah-Abadi; Sara Sari Gol

Volume 7, Issue 28 , September 2017, Pages 141-164

  Oil plays an important role in financing the country and can be used as a positive tool for improving total factor productivity and can reduce technical gap with developed countries. But most of the oil countries with oil revenues, despite the considerable value of these resource revenues, do not have ...  Read More

Factors Affecting the Geographic Concentration of Food and Drink Industries Using Dynamic Panel Data

MohammadAli Maghsoudpour

Volume 7, Issue 28 , September 2017, Pages 165-180

    This article aims to examine the factors influencing the geographic concentration of food and drink industries using dynamic panel data for 28 provinces in the period from 2001 to 2012. Herfindahl-Hirschman concentration index is used to measure the concentration of firms. The results show positive ...  Read More