In collaboration with Payame Noor University and Iranian Association for Energy Economics (IRAEE)
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Dynamic Panel Data
Investigating Economic Factors Affecting Happiness in Selected Countries: Panel Threshold Regression Approach

Abdolali Monsef; Mozhgan Moalemi; Jahangir Biyabani; Mehdi Nejati; javad Taherizadeh

Volume 9, Issue 36 , September 2019, Pages 15-34

  If happiness is a good feature of society and development is considered as a gradual movement towards good society, happiness can be one of the goals of developmental policies. In the field of happiness economics, the focus of studies is on analyzing the impact of various economic factors on happiness. ...  Read More

International Commerce
Investigation the Effects of Price and Non-Price Factors on Iran's Non-Oil Exports: The Latent Variable Approach

somaye alikarami; Ebrahim Hadian; parviz rostamzadeh; Ahmad Sadraei Javaheri

Volume 9, Issue 36 , September 2019, Pages 35-56

  The purpose of this study has been to consider the effects of non-price factors along with price factors on the demand of Iranian export from 1988 to 2017.In this research, a single error correction model is used to evaluate the short-term dynamics and long-term effects simultaneously. Moreover, in this ...  Read More

The Policy of Increasing Public Investment in Iran: A DSGE Approach

Esmaeil Torkamani; Mohammad Hassan Fotros

Volume 9, Issue 36 , September 2019, Pages 57-76

  The use of natural resource revenues for achievement of development has been a challenging issue for resource abound countries. These a challenging stem from the fact that incomes from natural resources are non-durable, unpredictable and uncertain. Many countries have pursued approaches and tools for ...  Read More

The Effect of Countercyclical Fiscal Rules on the Iranian Economy with an Emphasis on the Oil Sector (with the National Development Fund)

davood farhadi; hossein ali danesh; Habib Ansari Samani; Hadi keshavarz

Volume 9, Issue 36 , September 2019, Pages 77-94

  Over the past decades, the economies of the world have continually experienced economic fluctuations, business cycles, and cycles of boom and recession. Fiscal rules are one of the most important tools of the government with the goal of stabilizing and reducing fluctuations during the business cycle. ...  Read More

Economic Growth
Simulation of the Effect of Factors Affecting on Recession in Iran: Comparison of Markov Chain Monte Carlo and Bayesian Approaches

ramiar refaei; morteza sameti; sara ghobadi

Volume 9, Issue 36 , September 2019, Pages 95-108

  The history of Iran's economy after the revolution has been in recession for some years and, with the 70s, this trend has deepened, and with the 1990s it seems that the real GDP trend is making serious changes. In this paper, the Markov chain Monte Carlo and Byesian approach are used to simulate the ...  Read More

Economic Growth
Investigating the Impact of Value Added Tax (VAT) on Iran's Economic Growth Using the Computable General Equilibrium Model (CGE)

Ahmad Chehreghani; Mansour ZaraNejhad

Volume 9, Issue 36 , September 2019, Pages 109-128

  The purpose of this paper is to investigate the impact of Value Added Tax (VAT) on Iran's economic growth. For this purpose, Computable General Equilibrium Model (CGE) has been used. Data are derived from the Social Accounting Matrix (SAM) of Iran in 2011, prepared by the Parliament Research Center in ...  Read More

Economic Growth
Testing the Validity of the Debt Laffer Curve in Iran: Evidence from a Smooth Transition Regression (STR)

jalal montazeri shoorekchali

Volume 9, Issue 36 , September 2019, Pages 129-143

  Considering the importance of discussing the effect of government debt size on economic growth, this study examines the validity of the debt laffer curve using a Smooth Transition Regression (STR) model in Iran during 1973-2016. The findings support a threshold behavior of two regimes between the government ...  Read More