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Studying the Role of Bank Ownership in the Effect of Bank Credit on Economic Growth According to the Level of Provinces Income

hamid zolghadr; Hossein Asgharpur; Mohsen Purebadolahan; Behzad Salmani; Asadollah Farzinvash

Volume 9, Issue 34 , March 2019, Pages 15-34

  Banks due to their ownership structure have specific objective in granting credits. Hence, Ownership structure can be impact on economic growth by Influencing banks' lending behavior. Purposes of this study are investigating the role of bank ownership in the impact of bank credit on economic growthwith ...  Read More

Financing Technology and Commercialization of Innovation: Comparison of Spatial Models in a Selected Countries

Ragayeh Nazari; kambiz Hozhabr Kiani; Godratollah Emamverdi; Kambiz Peykarjoo

Volume 9, Issue 34 , March 2019, Pages 35-58

  Technology financing refers to the process of sponsoring research and development (R&D) activities in order to technologic move towards commercialization. Economic performance and the level of research and development expenditure in different countries can be affected by other countries. The present ...  Read More

Dynamic Panel Data
The Effect of Market Power Changes in the Banking Industry on Firms' Investment with Emphasis on Financial Constraints Channel

Ebrahim Abdi; Farhad Khodadad Kashi; Yeganeh Mousavi Jahromi

Volume 9, Issue 34 , March 2019, Pages 59-76

  Over the past two decades, significant changes have taken place in the banking market power in Iran economy. In addition, economic theories provide different forecasts on the impact of banking market power on firms’ investment. For this reason, the present study examines the impact of these changes ...  Read More

Economic Growth
Investigating the Factors of Non-Realizing Sustainable Economic Growth in Terms of Social Capital in Iran,s Economy

Babak Cheraghi; Taghi Torabi; Teymour Mohammadi; Mehdi Taghavi

Volume 9, Issue 34 , March 2019, Pages 77-98

  This research has examined the factors of non-realizing sustainable economic growth in terms of social capital in Iran's economy. For this purpose, at first, the provinces of the country were categorized into three regions, based on six individual trust-sensitive key economic variables (including Entrepreneurship, ...  Read More

Economic Growth
Mechanism of Effectiveness of Good Governance and Government Spending on Economic Growth

Behzad Maleki Hassanvand; Mohammad Jafari; Shahram Fatahi; Hadi Ghafari

Volume 9, Issue 34 , March 2019, Pages 99-114

    The aim of this paper is examining the simultaneous impact of good governance and government spending on economic growth in MENA countries. To estimate model, we've used GMM method during 2002-2016. The results show that good governance (weighted average of six indexes) and government spending ...  Read More

Economic Growth
Spatial Analysis of Factors Affecting Economic Growth with Emphasis on Trade

Mohammad Reza Kohansal; Hamideh Hamidehpour

Volume 9, Issue 34 , March 2019, Pages 115-130

  In most previous studies concerning investigation of factors affecting economic growth, spatial dependencies have been ignored which would result in biased and inconsistent estimates. At first, economic growth of a country is influenced by its own geographical, internal conditions and capabilities then ...  Read More

Human Capital
Influence of Social Capital on the Incentive Reversal: Behavioral Economics Approach Based on Game Theory

Omolbanin Jalali; Zahra Nasrollahi

Volume 9, Issue 34 , March 2019, Pages 131-148

  The limitation of the production factors is always considered as one of the important issues in the production process. One of these factors is the workforce, which will provide different levels of work for wage change; so, according to Classic economics, increasing monetary rewards will lead to an increase ...  Read More