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Economic Growth
The Effects of Fiscal Consolidation Policy on Important Macroeconomic Variables of Iran with Emphasis on Production Growth: FAVAR Approach

saeed karimi potanlar; ahmad jafari samimi; hamid Hamid La'l-e-Khezri

Volume 9, Issue 33 , January 2019, Pages 15-40

  The aim of this article is to analyzing the effect of shocks of fiscal consolidation policy on the macroeconomic variables of Iran. In this regard by using Factor Augmented Vector Auto Regression (FAVAR) method the effect of shocks on government revenues and expenditures on important macroeconomic variables ...  Read More

Studying Threshold Effects of Government Investment and Public Debt in an Economic Growth Model for Iran Provinces; Using a Panel Smooth Transition Regression Model (PSTR)

Ali Falahati; Maryam Heidarian

Volume 9, Issue 33 , January 2019, Pages 41-56

  In an economy system, government activities play a fundamental role in economic growth and development of countries, but increase these activities have a positive effect on economic growth until a certain threshold and from this threshold excessive increase in government activities not only have no positive ...  Read More

Monetary Shocks
Short and Long Term Analysing the Effect of Government's Financing through Inflation Tax Using New Keynesian Approach

seyed abbas hoseini ghafar; rasoul bakhsi dastjerdi; majid sameti; Houshang Shajari

Volume 9, Issue 33 , January 2019, Pages 57-78

  The purpose of this study is to investigate wheatear fiscal expansion of monetary policy leads to inflation and what are its short-term and long-term consequences on the economy. The results showed that the consumption, production, and investment variables will be negatively affected by this mode of ...  Read More

بازار سرمایه
The Effect of Macroeconomic Stability Indices Shocks on “TEPIX” by Bayesian VAR Model Approach

Mohammad Azam Rajabian; Ahmad Sabahi; Mohammad Reza Lotfalipour; Mahdi Behnameh

Volume 9, Issue 33 , January 2019, Pages 79-90

  Sustainability of macroeconomics is one of the most important economic issues of the country in recent years. Stable economies are more resilient and less agitated while facing destructive shocks. In this paper, the impact of macroeconomic sustainability indices on the total price index of Tehran Stock ...  Read More

Comparative Comparison of the Effects of Shocks in Energy Consumption on CO2 Emissions and Economic Growth in Iran and Selected MENA Countries

Mohammad hassan ghazvinian; KAMBIZ HOZHABR KIANI; Ali Dehghani; Fatemeh Zandi; Khalil Saeedi

Volume 9, Issue 33 , January 2019, Pages 91-108

  Planning and policy making in the field of economic growth as one of the major macroeconomic goals requires special attention to the energy sector, the environment and its relation to production. Hence, in this paper, the effects of energy consumption shocks on carbon dioxide emissions and economic growth ...  Read More

The Economic Factors Affecting FDI Absorption in Iran with Emphasis on the Role of Income Tax (Fuzzy Approach)

Mohammad Mahdi Bargi Osgooee; Mostafa Shokri

Volume 9, Issue 33 , January 2019, Pages 109-120

  Foreign direct investment (FDI) is one of the major factors affecting the economic growth and development of a country. Iran's economic condition not only steers liquidity towards non-productive activities but also doesn't have sufficient domestic capital for economic growth and propensity. Thus, absorption ...  Read More

The Investigating of the Dynamic Relationship between Financial Cycles with Business Cycles and the Inflation Gap in Iran: An Application of Wavelet Transform

Saleh Taheri Bazkhaneh; Mohammad Ali Ehsani; Mohammad Taghi Gilak Hakim Abadi

Volume 9, Issue 33 , January 2019, Pages 121-140

  The 2007 global financial crisis showed that financial cycles is one of the reasons for the fluctuations of macroeconomics and could create business cycles. If there is such a relationship, adopting an active policy response to smooth financial cycles seems necessary. The present study investigates the ...  Read More

The Effect of Economic Vulnerability on the Development of MENA Countries

Mozhgan Moallemi

Volume 9, Issue 33 , January 2019, Pages 141-156

  The economic vulnerability of some countries stems from the fact that their economies are largely influenced by forces outside their control. Areas that are most affected by economic shocks should promote the position of a resilient economy in their policies. This paper tries to examine the impact of ...  Read More

Influence of Development Indicators on the Tax Revenues of Iran (Cointegration Approach)

zahra karimi moughari; Mehrangiz Gholamreza

Volume 9, Issue 33 , January 2019, Pages 157-182

  The share of taxes to total public revenues differs among countries, and the main factors that have been discussed as the cause of the difference in the tax structure are the level of development of countries that are typically represented by gross domestic product per capita, productive expertise, or ...  Read More

Evaluation of the Effect of Changing Population Age Structures on National Saving in Iran

fatemeh monadi; Kiomars Sohaili; Somaye Azami

Volume 9, Issue 33 , January 2019, Pages 183-196

  One of the important macroeconomic variables is national savings. National saving can be affected by several factors, one of these factors is population age structure. Scientific and quantitative determination of the impact of population age structure on national saving is an important issue that is ...  Read More