evaluating the impact of financial development on economic growth



Omer Mohammed The Effect of Financial Liberalization on Economic Development in Ethiopia Omer Mohammed The Effect of Financial Liberalization on Economic Development in Ethiopia Новинка

Omer Mohammed The Effect of Financial Liberalization on Economic Development in Ethiopia

Master's Thesis from the year 2016 in the subject Economics - Finance, grade: 2, Addis Ababa University (College of Bussiness and Economics), course: Accounting and Finance, language: English, abstract: This study aims to empirically examine the impact of financial liberalization on economic development in Ethiopia over the period of 1984-2014. In doing so, the ARDL approach to Co-integration and Error Correction Model were employed to investigate the long run and short run relationships.Accordingly, the empirical results obtained from the study indicate that financial widening has contributed significantly to the increase in saving and the level of economic growth. Even though, the total deposit happens to generate more investment; there is shortage of supply of credit. In addition, the study indicates financial widening and credit to the private sector exhibited a significant positive association with financial development while total banks credit bearing a significant impact on industrial development.However, the overall financial reform showed insignificant association both with economic growth and industrial development. The efficiency in allocating financial resources show significant positive association with share of banks credit to the private sector, however, the overall financial reform has positive insignificant impact on efficiency of resource allocation. The contribution of financial sector after the deregulation has a mixed result on welfare. In terms of ca...
Elma Satrovic Merits of Life Insurance Elma Satrovic Merits of Life Insurance Новинка

Elma Satrovic Merits of Life Insurance

Document from the year 2018 in the subject Economics - Finance, grade: 14, University of Sarajevo, language: English, abstract: In this book linear panel data estimators are employed to investigate the relationship between life insurance and economic growth. This study contributes to previous studies by using Maximum likelihood estimation of dynamic panel that was not used in previous studies concerning the aforementioned relationship; by controlling for number of factors thought to influence economic growth; by referring to a much larger number of countries and by exploring the relationship between life insurance and economic growth while controlling for the degree of financial sector development, as well as for the regional and income disparities. Sixteen models that explore the impact of control variables integrated singly in the equations and an integrated model that controls for the impact of all key variables are estimated. Empirical results reveal a significant positive relationship between life insurance and economic growth in models -. Education is reported to have a positive impact on economic growth. Government spending is found to have a negative impact on economic growth, while model reports that inflation has a negative impact on economic growth. Trade openness is not reported to have a significant impact on economic growth in model. Model reveals a significant positive impact of banking sector on economic growth; significant negative impact of non-life insuranc...
Alexander Ayertey Odonkor The Impact of Human Capital on Economic Growth in Ghana Alexander Ayertey Odonkor The Impact of Human Capital on Economic Growth in Ghana Новинка

Alexander Ayertey Odonkor The Impact of Human Capital on Economic Growth in Ghana

Bachelor Thesis from the year 2017 in the subject Business economics - Accounting and Taxes, grade: 2.1, , language: English, abstract: The purpose of the study was to determine the impact of human capital on economic growth in Ghana. The study employs secondary data extracted mainly from economic data from Ghana Statistical Service, World Bank, Journals of Economic Studies and Bank of Ghana Research Unit and website spanning from 1970 to 2010. The research design was modelled after what has been commonly employed in the existing literature in determining the impact of human capital on economic growth in Ghana. The study applied ordinary least squares regression (OLS) to estimate the models and perform data analysis. The results of the study show the impact of human capital on economic growth within a forty year period.On the basis of the economic apriori expectation and regression result, it was discovered that the impact of human capital on economic growth in Ghana is positively related. The study concludes that improved human capital leads to economic growth.
Sarwat Munir, Sultan Ali Adil, Dr Sultan Ali Adil Impact of Workers Remittances on Economic Growth of Pakistan Sarwat Munir, Sultan Ali Adil, Dr Sultan Ali Adil Impact of Workers Remittances on Economic Growth of Pakistan Новинка

Sarwat Munir, Sultan Ali Adil, Dr Sultan Ali Adil Impact of Workers Remittances on Economic Growth of Pakistan

During 1970's and 1980's, Pakistan has experienced a massive outflow of Pakistanis migrating to work in other countries particularly in Middle East. This has resulted in significant financial inflow in form of remittances. The remittances have become a valuable source of foreign exchange for economic development of Pakistan.In this research, we attempted analytical analysis of important economic issue of workers remittances effect the economic growth in Pakistan. So, those who are interested in the economic growth of Asian Developing countries must read this book and get to know real situation of economic stability and instability drawn from this pure piece of research.
Babatunde Kazeem Impact of Stock Market Performance Indices on Economic Growth Babatunde Kazeem Impact of Stock Market Performance Indices on Economic Growth Новинка

Babatunde Kazeem Impact of Stock Market Performance Indices on Economic Growth

The controversy on the impact of stock market performance and economic growth and development is empirically evaluated in this study, using Nigerian data. This effort is spurred by the raging debate on the relevance of stock market in promoting economic growth. Using the Ordinary Least Square regression method, the empirical evidence suggest that stock market size and turnover ratio promote economic growth, while stock market liquidity hurts economic growth. Although our result suggests that stock mark performance indices promote economic growth and development, this evidence should be viewed with some caution. The measure of stock market performance used in this study may not be adequate. Although the market capitalization ratio (market capitalization/GDP), value of transactions traded ratio (value of transaction traded/GDP), and turnover ratio (value of transaction traded/market capitalization) as proxies of stock market performance has been popular in literature, it clearly does not include other indicators of stock market development like international integration, market concentration, regulatory and institutional indicators and stock market volatility.
Carla Vieira The great leap forward. The marketing of banking services in China Carla Vieira The great leap forward. The marketing of banking services in China Новинка

Carla Vieira The great leap forward. The marketing of banking services in China

Inhaltsangabe:Abstract: Generally speaking, economic growth is closely related to the efficiency of a country’s financial markets. That is, the more varied the investment alternatives by which economic resources can flow within a country and between countries, the more efficient the financial market. This efficiency leads to a higher level of capital formation, and improved capital utilisation, thereby increasing the utility of both savers and borrowers and promoting economic growth. In line with its transition to a market economy China has, amongst other reforms, embarked on a reform of its financial system, transforming its one-bank monopoly into an integrated system of many banks and other specialised financial institutions. The resulting market complexity and the emergence of domestic and international competition gave rise to the marketing of financial services in China. Despite banks’ increasing marketing sophistication and higher spending on marketing, consumer behaviour is only beginning to react to it. On one hand the emergence of a wide variety of financial institutions and financial products has offset the impact of the social system reform on individuals’ lives. On the other hand, most Chinese still stay with one of the four wholly state-owned commercial banks, perhaps out of habit, perhaps from a feeling of security with their old banks. The effect on banks has been dramatic, service levels have improved greatly while product quality and variety have become bette...
Khim Samitt The Contribution of Trade conditional on Human Capital, Financial Development and Institution to Economic Development. Evidence from ASEAN Nation Khim Samitt The Contribution of Trade conditional on Human Capital, Financial Development and Institution to Economic Development. Evidence from ASEAN Nation Новинка

Khim Samitt The Contribution of Trade conditional on Human Capital, Financial Development and Institution to Economic Development. Evidence from ASEAN Nation

Master's Thesis from the year 2013 in the subject Business economics - Economic Policy, grade: 1,3, , language: English, abstract: This thesis addresses the relationship between economic development and tradeopenness as well as some structural factors (i.e., human capital, financial resources andinstitution) in the ASEAN countries. This thesis has three objectives. First, it attempts toqualitatively describe the ASEAN cooperation in order to promote interest in ASEAN.Second, it quantitatively estimates the effect of international trade on economic developmentof the ASEAN nations. Finally, it investigates how the effect of international trade oneconomic growth varies as a result of differences in human capital, financial resources andinstitution across the ASEAN nations.To accomplish these tasks, panel dataset on the ASEAN nations from 1980 to 2010are collected and pooled OLS, fixed-effect and instrumental variable models are applied tothe dataset. Taking into account a variety of specification issues as well as endogeneity oftrade openness, the research results show that trade openness plays an extremely importantrole on economic development of these countries. In addition, the benefit from tradeopenness is greater in countries that have more educated workers, deeper financial resourcesand better quality of institution. In conclusion, this thesis suggests that these structural factorsneed to be strengthened in order to benefit more from international trade.Key words: Inte...
Okubal Peter James Ejokuo Human Capital and Economic Growth in Uganda Okubal Peter James Ejokuo Human Capital and Economic Growth in Uganda Новинка

Okubal Peter James Ejokuo Human Capital and Economic Growth in Uganda

Several theories and approaches have been advanced as addressing chronic poverty in the third world today. Human capital development is one such approach. This book entitled "Human Capital Development and economic growth in Uganda" provides an analysis using a time series technique the link between education expenditure to human capital development and consequently to economic growth in Uganda. It traces the Human Capital Accumulation theory, its limitations and use. The book examines the various economic growth trends in Uganda and their net effect on economic growth and further isolates the effects of human capital accumulation on economic growth in Uganda over the period 1962 - 2002.
Cornelius Frhr. v. Lepel The Impact of Easy Rents Cornelius Frhr. v. Lepel The Impact of Easy Rents Новинка

Cornelius Frhr. v. Lepel The Impact of Easy Rents

Diploma Thesis from the year 2007 in the subject Economics - Finance, grade: 1,7, Helmut Schmidt University - University of the Federal Armed Forces Hamburg (Professur für Volkswirtschaftslehre, insb. Finanzwissenschaft), language: English, abstract: This paper addresses a ma jor paradox of the economic world, the seemingly negative impact of wealth in form of natural resources and development aid on growth. In the last 50 years a striking discrepancy in the economic performance of countries blessed by massive windfall gains became obvious. Robust empirical evidence was produced showing an inverse relation of both natural resources and development aid on economic growth. Regressions involving migrant's remittances did also yield ambiguous results under certain conditions. I try to embrace all windfall gains under the notion of "Easy Rents", characterised by easy generation of, easy access to and easy control over the abundant monetary assets.The influence of the rents is proposed to work through biased price distortions, induced by sectoral competition, rent-seeking and \bad" economic policy, creating unfavourable conditions for the growth-driving tradables sector.The conducted research and empirical testing indicates the appreciation of relative prices caused by political and economic disturbance. Following the results, a strong tendency of "Easy Rents" to exert deteriorating influence on a economy seems to be in place.
Anna Seleseneva Economic globalisation as a source of ukrainian economic growth Anna Seleseneva Economic globalisation as a source of ukrainian economic growth Новинка

Anna Seleseneva Economic globalisation as a source of ukrainian economic growth

Inhaltsangabe:Abstract: The object of the research is the national economy of Ukraine. The subject of the thesis is the economic growth under conditions of globalization. The purpose of the research is to identify the impact of globalization factors on the economic growth of Ukraine and to develop on this basis main guidelines for foreign economic policy which needs improving. Research techniques are the method of logical abstraction, systematic approach, historical method, deductive method, monographic method, comparative approach, typology, economic and statistical analysis, retrospective analysis, econometric methods such as regression analysis, least squares method and methods of testing statistical hypothesis. The actual data for this paper are based on official Ukrainian and foreign statistical databases including State committee of Statistics of Ukraine (SCSU), National Bank of Ukraine (NBU), International monetary fund (IMF), World Bank (WB), committees of United Nations organization, World trade organization (WTO), the US National bureau of economic research (NBER), Ukrainian and foreign publications, proceedings of international conferences. All econometric computations are performed by means of EVeiws and MS Excel software. In the issue of the research globalization indicators influencing economic growth in Ukraine are developed. They include openness of Ukrainian economy to trade in goods and services (general and according to its structure), openness to financial...
Stefan Detschew Impact of ICT in the developing countries on the economic growth Stefan Detschew Impact of ICT in the developing countries on the economic growth Новинка

Stefan Detschew Impact of ICT in the developing countries on the economic growth

Diploma Thesis from the year 2007 in the subject Business economics - Economic Policy, grade: 1,5, Technical University of Ilmenau (Institut für Wirtschaftswissenschaften), 43 entries in the bibliography, language: English, abstract: This paper discusses the relevance of Information and CommunicationTechnologies (ICT) for economic growth in developing economies. By reviewing thecontributions from the neoclassical and endogenous growth theory and empiricevidences for the link between ICT and economic growth, the paper clearly concludesthat ICTs facilitate economic growth, principally by providing incentives for capitaldeepening and increasing productivity through rapid technological progress.However, the impact on growth is more extensive from the long-term ICT use and networking that though requires appropriate ICT investment and complementary efforts in order that spillovers and productivity improvements are triggered and exploited totally. This paper derives the key determinants and interacting factors that, in the corresponding correct synergic combination, promote ICT's impact on growth-generating processes. For a variety of reasons, the states of these factors in developing countries provide a less ICT favourable environment for taking advantage from ICTs. These economies exhibit a lower stock of human capacities and per capita capital to trigger the productivity benefits from the ICT use.Therefore, the level of effort is higher than in the developed world to receive...
Muhammad Shahid Hassan, Muhammad Wasif Siddiqi International Trade, Economic Growth and Poverty Reduction Muhammad Shahid Hassan, Muhammad Wasif Siddiqi International Trade, Economic Growth and Poverty Reduction Новинка

Muhammad Shahid Hassan, Muhammad Wasif Siddiqi International Trade, Economic Growth and Poverty Reduction

The study examines two parallel hypotheses no. 1 "The relationship between international trade and economic growth" and no. 2 "The relationship between international trade and poverty reduction" in Pakistan. The objective of the first part of the study is to explore the impact of trade liberalization on economic growth with various covariates. The model contains real GDP per capita for economic growth, trade as share of GDP and the control variables such as financial development, government spending, annual inflation, remittances and manufacturing as shares of GDP are also used as determinants of economic growth for the period of 1973 - 2007. The second part of the study investigates the link between international trade and poverty reduction along with several independent variables. The model contains head count ratio for poverty, trade as share of GDP and the other determinants of poverty like real GDP per capita, consumer price index proxy for inflation, total investment, and agriculture as shares of GDP and urbanization as share of total population are also used.
Michael White Real Estate Finance in the New Economy Michael White Real Estate Finance in the New Economy Новинка

Michael White Real Estate Finance in the New Economy

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The financial deregulation of the last quarter century has meant large flows of funds around the world seeking the highest risk-adjusted return for investors. Real estate is now established as an important asset class and advances in information technology provide the necessary tools to complement global developments in real estate finance and investment. A variety of investment vehicles have emerged, andReal Estate Finance in the New Economy examines these along with financing and risk in the context of globalization, deregulation and an increasingly integrated international world economy by exploring questions like: How have real estate financial structures evolved as economies grow and become internationalised? What role do economic change and financial systems play in the development of real estate investment? Are the risks associated with the ‘new economy’ really new? What is the future direction for real estate financing? The authors develop an economic framework for discussions on individual financial products to examine how real estate financial structures change with economic growth and internationalisation and also to show how developments in real estate finance impact economic growth.
Alexander Wijgers Geography and regional development in China Alexander Wijgers Geography and regional development in China Новинка

Alexander Wijgers Geography and regional development in China

Studienarbeit aus dem Jahr 2005 im Fachbereich VWL - Fallstudien, Länderstudien, Note: 1,7, Universität Hamburg (Department Wirtschaftswissenschaften), Veranstaltung: Economic growth and development in China, 19 Quellen im Literaturverzeichnis, Sprache: Deutsch, Abstract: The economic growth of China impresses the world; and some country fear about this, because firms displace there production from these countries to china. But China is only the last step in an array of development countries from East / Southeast Asian region. After the fast development of Japan after World War II, the so called tiger countries , South Korea, Hong Kong, Singapore, Taiwan, highlight from the 60s on with high rates of economic growth and later the second generation of tiger countries also (e.g. Malaysia, Indonesian and Thailand). And now China!A country of 9.5 Million square mile can't growth on whole with the same rate. The effect is an increase in the disparity of regional incomes and still increase with the boost at the rates of economic growth. But what are the reasons for the regional differences in economic growth and the regional disparity. One reason could be the preferential policies in the eastern regions. These policies are specially prepared to attract foreign companies. A second reason, that is current discuss in the scientific world, could the geographical characteristics. The differences in the distance to the coast or navigable river, the climate or the slope could explain v...
Frederik Marmann Econimic Factors of Democratization Frederik Marmann Econimic Factors of Democratization Новинка

Frederik Marmann Econimic Factors of Democratization

Master's Thesis from the year 2009 in the subject Politics - International Politics - Region: South Asia, grade: 8, , language: English, abstract: This study concerns itself with three questions about democratic transition through economic means, including a case study on Vietnam. Is economic growth correlated with democracy? There is a definite tendency towards a correlation between economic growth and democratization. Which are the economic determinants of democratization? The level of wealth, industrialization, economic openness and education as well as the strength of the middle class and the level of inequality. Which is the level of economic development in Vietnam on its way to democracy? Vietnam is not yet as well-to-do or developed as to achieve democracy through economic development.
Poor Numbers: How We Are Misled by African Development Statistics and What to Do About It Poor Numbers: How We Are Misled by African Development Statistics and What to Do About It Новинка

Poor Numbers: How We Are Misled by African Development Statistics and What to Do About It

One of the most urgent challenges in African economic development is to devise a strategy for improving statistical capacity. Reliable statistics, including estimates of economic growth rates and per-capita income, are basic to the operation of governments in developing countries and vital to nongovernmental organizations and other entities that provide financial aid to them. Rich countries and international financial institutions such as the World Bank allocate their development resources on the basis of such data. The paucity of accurate statistics is not merely a technical problem; it has a massive impact on the welfare of citizens in developing countries. Where do these statistics originate? How accurate are they? POOR NUMBERS is the first analysis of the production and use of African economic development statistics. Morten Jerven's research shows how the statistical capacities of sub-Saharan African economies have fallen into disarray.
Pulok Mohammad Habibullah The Impact of Corruption on Economic Development of Bangladesh Pulok Mohammad Habibullah The Impact of Corruption on Economic Development of Bangladesh Новинка

Pulok Mohammad Habibullah The Impact of Corruption on Economic Development of Bangladesh

The purpose of this book is to examine the long run relationship between economic growth and corruption in Bangladesh over the period 1984-2008. In this study, I have extended the neoclassical model of economic growth by Solow (1956) including human capital and public sector explicitly at first. Then, I have incorporated corruption into the augmented model using a specific functional form for total factor productivity and three other channels to show impact of corruption on real GDP per capita. To investigate empirically the existence of a long run relationship or co-integration between corruption and real GDP per capita, I have used Auto-Regressive Distributed Lag (ARDL) Bounds Test method. The results of co-integration test confirms that there is a long run relation among corruption, GDP per capita and other determinants of GDP over the study period. The long run estimates indicate that corruption has direct negative impact on per capita GDP i.e. economic development of Bangladesh.
Fikadu Goshu Sectoral Analysis of the Impact of Foreign Aid on Economic Growth in Ethiopia. The Case of Agriculture, Education and Health Sectors Fikadu Goshu Sectoral Analysis of the Impact of Foreign Aid on Economic Growth in Ethiopia. The Case of Agriculture, Education and Health Sectors Новинка

Fikadu Goshu Sectoral Analysis of the Impact of Foreign Aid on Economic Growth in Ethiopia. The Case of Agriculture, Education and Health Sectors

Master's Thesis from the year 2014 in the subject Economics - Macro-economics, general, grade: First grade, Wollega University (College of business and Economics), course: Development Economics, language: English, abstract: This study has examined sectoral analysis of the impact of foreign aid on aggregate and sectoral economic growth in Ethiopia over the period 1981 to 2012 using multivariate Vector auto regression analysis. All the necessary time series tests such as stationary test, co-integration test, weak exiguity test, vector error correction, and causality test in vector error correction model and the like are conducted. The empirical result from the growth equation shows that aid has a significant positive impact on educational sector GDP in the long run. On the other hand, foreign aid has positive but insignificant impact on real GDP, agriculture GDP, and health sector GDP of Ethiopia. Foreign aid is effective in enhancing growth at aggregate level of the economy in general and education sector of the economy of Ethiopia in particular. The test result of the study result reveals that there is a bi-directional causal relationship between educational GDP and educational foreign aid in Ethiopia. However, the agricultural and health sector does not show any bi-directional causality with their respective sector aid. This implies that all aid allocated for sectors is ineffective all in all in achieving its objectives of economic development. Therefore, aid recipient c...
Stephen Bodybobton Antwi China.s Outward Foreign Direct Investment Impact on Economic Growth in Developing Countries. Empirical Evidence from Ghana Stephen Bodybobton Antwi China.s Outward Foreign Direct Investment Impact on Economic Growth in Developing Countries. Empirical Evidence from Ghana Новинка

Stephen Bodybobton Antwi China.s Outward Foreign Direct Investment Impact on Economic Growth in Developing Countries. Empirical Evidence from Ghana

Research Paper (undergraduate) from the year 2012 in the subject Economics - Case Scenarios, Xiamen University, language: English, abstract: Foreign direct investment (FDI) is one of the economic growth stimulus due to its associated variables such as capital investment, technical know-how, knowledge transfer and managerial competence required for economic growth. In the last decade, China has emerged on the international financial scene as both financier and investment partner to African economies. Many African economies such as the oil producing and exporting ones have witnessed streams of China's FDI in their economies whereas non-oil exporting ones have accessed some of China's FDI in selective sectors. This paper aims at investigating the relationship between China's FDI and economic growth in Ghana measured by real average annual domestic product (GDP) per capita growth for the period 2001-2010. By using ordinary least squares (OLS) regression model, the result indicates that China's FDI has negative significant effect on Ghana's economic growth. However, it exerts different effects on value added in the three economic sectors.
Fikadu Goshu Sectoral Analysis of the Impact of Foreign Aid on Economic Growth in Ethiopia Fikadu Goshu Sectoral Analysis of the Impact of Foreign Aid on Economic Growth in Ethiopia Новинка

Fikadu Goshu Sectoral Analysis of the Impact of Foreign Aid on Economic Growth in Ethiopia

Master's Thesis from the year 2014 in the subject Economics - Other, grade: Frst Grade, Wollega University (Business and Economics), course: Development Economics, language: English, abstract: This study has examined sectoral analysis of the impact of foreign aid on aggregate and sectoral economic growth in Ethiopia over the period 1981 to 2012 using multivariate Vector auto regression analysis. All the necessary time series tests such as stationary test, co-integration test, weak exiguity test, vector error correction, and causality test in vector error correction model and the like are conducted. The empirical result from the growth equation shows that aid has a significant positive impact on educational sector GDP in the long run. On the other hand, foreign aid has positive but insignificant impact on real GDP, agriculture GDP, and health sector GDP of Ethiopia. Foreign aid is effective in enhancing growth at aggregate level of the economy in general and education sector of the economy of Ethiopia in particular. The test result of the study result reveals that there is a bi-directional causal relationship between educational GDP and educational foreign aid in Ethiopia. However, the agricultural and health sector does not show any bi-directional causality with their respective sector aid. This implies that all aid allocated for sectors is ineffective all in all in achieving its objectives of economic development. Therefore, aid recipient country like Ethiopia has to wor...
K. C. Ayyoob, M. Krishnadas Intra-Regional Disparities in Agricultural Development K. C. Ayyoob, M. Krishnadas Intra-Regional Disparities in Agricultural Development Новинка

K. C. Ayyoob, M. Krishnadas Intra-Regional Disparities in Agricultural Development

Agriculture occupies an important place in the economic life of Kerala, Republic of India as it provides the key to economic growth and fluctuations there in; overall economic growth of the state is greatly influenced by growth achieved in agricultural sector. In terms of per capita income and production, Kerala is lagging behind many of the Indian States. But in terms of Human Development Index and life standard of the people, Kerala is much ahead of the most other states in India and on par with some of the developed countries. The book will help the students, scientists and policy makers to understand the intra-regional disparities of agricultural development in Kerala state.
Mulugeta Tefera Human Capital and Economic Growth in Ethiopia Mulugeta Tefera Human Capital and Economic Growth in Ethiopia Новинка

Mulugeta Tefera Human Capital and Economic Growth in Ethiopia

Thesis (M.A.) from the year 2014 in the subject Business economics - Operations Research, grade: Masters of Science, Wollega University (School of Economics), course: Development Economics, language: English, abstract: The topic of the research is Human Capital and Economic Growth of Ethiopia. The research answered questions such as "does human capital contribute to economic growth of Ethiopia?" with major objective to analyze the short run and long run effect of human capital on economic growth of Ethiopia over 1971 to 2013 using both ordinary least square (OLS) econometric and descriptive methods of data analysis. The data used for the research is secondary time series data collected by the National Bank of Ethiopia over the years 1971 to 2013. Nominal GDP is used as dependent and proxy variable for Economic growth while independent variables are physical capital, active labor force, terms of trade for measure of openness, government expenditure and human capital in the form of expenditure on health and education. Accordingly, the empirical finding shows that human capital in the form of education and health investment has consistent and significant long run effect on economic growth of Ethiopia at 5% level of significance. Keeping the other variables constant, 1% change (increase/decrease) in expenditure in human capital will change (increase/decrease) nominal output by 0.23%. In contrary short run human capital has consistent but insignificant effect on economic g...
Benjamin Schmitt The impact of the current financial crisis on the German labour market Benjamin Schmitt The impact of the current financial crisis on the German labour market Новинка

Benjamin Schmitt The impact of the current financial crisis on the German labour market

Bachelor Thesis from the year 2009 in the subject Economics - Job market economics, grade: First Class, University of Hull, language: English, abstract: The years since the early 1970s are unprecedented in terms of the volatility in the prices of commodities, currencies, real estate and stocks, and the frequency and severity of financial crises (Kindleberger and Aliber).Many authors have already studied about reasons of the origin of financial crises and their impact on the economy concerned, since financial crises, in particular global ones and especially the current one affect all economic factors significantly. The economic growth slows down or even turns into a recession due to decreasing investments, affected by a significantly lower liquidity of companies and investors. All these factors also affect the GDP and the labour market of the economy concerned, in this case Germany, which economy has turned into a recession in February 2009. The subject of this paper has been chosen due to the present global relevance of the impact of a financial crisis on the labour market. The topic in particular has been chosen due to the fact that it is of worldwide relevance since the outbreak of the crisis analysed occurred on an unexpected scale, more precisely the worst of its kind since the Great Depression in the 1930s.The focus of this paper lies on the analysis of the current crisis in terms of the impact on the German labour market.
Andreas Hahn Between Presidential Power and Legislative Veto. The Impact of Polity and Politics on Economic Reforms in Brazil Andreas Hahn Between Presidential Power and Legislative Veto. The Impact of Polity and Politics on Economic Reforms in Brazil Новинка

Andreas Hahn Between Presidential Power and Legislative Veto. The Impact of Polity and Politics on Economic Reforms in Brazil

Doktorarbeit / Dissertation aus dem Jahr 2013 im Fachbereich Politik - Politische Systeme - Allgemeines und Vergleiche, Universität Duisburg-Essen, Sprache: Deutsch, Abstract: The pace and scope of the Brazilian economic development in the 1980s and 1990s is intrinsically linked to the wide-ranging discussion of political and economic reform projects. In the wake of the crisis of the import-substitution economic model a wide array of approaches and theories revolved around one basic question: When there occurs a crisis in the economy - whatever definition of crisis may be applied in a particular case - which are the best ways of overcoming anti-reform resistances, regain economic growth and promote sustainable and ―future-approved‖ development? In the most general sense a crisis of the political or economic system can be referred to as two-dimensional: on the one hand it means the shattering and dis-equilibrating of a formerly successful status quo, on the other hand it opens up the necessity to find a new status quo (or status quo post) that can be deemed compatible to the new economic, domestic as well as international, circumstances. In fact, the longer a prosperous status quo lasts, the more difficult a subsequent change will get. Path-dependencies develop, stable institutions arise, group interests and organizations take root and expectations about growth, inflation, external trade and other variables cement into place.
Srinivasan Kaliyaperumal An Analysis of Price Volatility, Trading Volume and Market Depth of Stock Futures Market in India Srinivasan Kaliyaperumal An Analysis of Price Volatility, Trading Volume and Market Depth of Stock Futures Market in India Новинка

Srinivasan Kaliyaperumal An Analysis of Price Volatility, Trading Volume and Market Depth of Stock Futures Market in India

Project Report from the year 2010 in the subject Business economics - Investment and Finance, , course: Ph. D, language: English, abstract: Every modern economy is based on a sound financial system and acts as a monetary channel for productive purpose with effecting economic growth. It encourages saving habit by throwing open and plethora of instrument avenues suiting to the individuals requirements, mobilizing savings from households and other segments and allocating savings into productive usage such as trade, commerce, manufacture etc. Thus a financial system can also be understood as institutional arrangements, through which financial surpluses are mobilized from the units generating surplus income and transferring them to the others in need of them. In nutshell, financial market, financial assets, financial services and financial institutions constitute the financial system. The activities include exchange and holding of financial assets or instruments of different kinds of financial institutions, banks and other intermediaries of the market.Financial markets provide channels for allocation of savings to investment and provide variety of assets to savers in various forms in which the investors can park their funds. At the same time, financial market is one that integral part of the financial system which makes significant contribution to the countries' economic development. It establishes a link between the demand and supply of long-term capital funds. The economic s...
Samuel Jung Sustainable Prosperity Through Qualitative Growth. An Economic Analysis Using the Example of China Samuel Jung Sustainable Prosperity Through Qualitative Growth. An Economic Analysis Using the Example of China Новинка

Samuel Jung Sustainable Prosperity Through Qualitative Growth. An Economic Analysis Using the Example of China

Shall we produce more or smarter? This study with the title `Sustainable Prosperity Through Qualitative Growth - An Economic Analysis Using The Example Of China ` analyzes the theoretical framework of economic growth and how it leads to sustainable prosperity. It propounds the notion of prosperity and sustainable development and thus explains the social, ecological and subsequently political dimension of economic growth. The found insights are applied to the real-life example of the Chinese economic development of the past three decades to draw conclusions and explain why prosperity can be sustainable and which way leads to this goal.
Julia Martins Trade and Economic Growth Julia Martins Trade and Economic Growth Новинка

Julia Martins Trade and Economic Growth

Bachelor Thesis from the year 2010 in the subject Economics - Foreign Trade Theory, Trade Policy, grade: 1,0, Vienna University of Economics and Business (Institut für Außenwirtschaft und Entwicklung), language: English, abstract: The following paper relates two of the most important economic phenomena, namely economic growth and international trade. Before analysing the relationship between two economic phenomena in detail, an overview of some of the most prominent empirical empirical studies concerning the relationship between openness to international trade and economic growth in general is provided. As most of them seem to have reached the conclusion that trade influences growth in a positive way, the question for the reasons of this presumably positive relationship arises. Factors which cause or influence economic growth in general as well as various channels through which trade might have an influence on growth are presented in the third and forth section. The importance of various sources of economic and the Solow-Model and the AK-Model are introduced in order to distinguish between long-run and short-run effects of capital accumulation, learning by doing and R&D on economic growth. The remaining analysis concentrates on one channel in particular, namely on howtrade determines a country's import and export structure. The importance of therange of products a country produces is enormous and affects economic growth and welfare. The fifth section introduces the st...
Ebrima K. Ceesay The Impact of Trade on the Economic Growth of The Gambia Ebrima K. Ceesay The Impact of Trade on the Economic Growth of The Gambia Новинка

Ebrima K. Ceesay The Impact of Trade on the Economic Growth of The Gambia

Research Paper (undergraduate) from the year 2017 in the subject Business economics - Trade and Distribution, grade: 76.0, University of The Gambia (University of the Gambia), course: Economics, language: English, abstract: The study examined the general impact of trade on economic growth in the Gambia from 1965 to 2016. Accordingly we have done three analyses in order to get appropriate answers to our research problems. We performed some econometric methods such as Augmented Dickey Fuller test, Johansen co-integration test and vector error correction model. The findings of the stationery test shows the present of unit root. The OLS regression results shows that import, interest rate, real effective exchange rate, and inflation are positively correlated with GDP, while export is negatively correlated with GDP. The result shows that GDP lag, import, and real effective exchange rate can not influence economic growth while export, interest rate, and inflation can highly influence economic growth of the Gambia, even though export negatively influence economic of the Gambia. This positive relationship suggests that the economy of the Gambia can potentially be expanded by means of trade, while the negative relationship means that it has no bearing on the economic growth of the Gambia, From the overall analysis, it is revealed that the variables included in the model have a 50% influence on economic growth while the remaining 50% constitute variables not included in the model. This ...
Meryem Önüt Economic Consequences of Fair Value Reclassifications of Financial Assets According to IAS 39 Meryem Önüt Economic Consequences of Fair Value Reclassifications of Financial Assets According to IAS 39 Новинка

Meryem Önüt Economic Consequences of Fair Value Reclassifications of Financial Assets According to IAS 39

Master's Thesis from the year 2015 in the subject Business economics - Accounting and Taxes, grade: 2,0, University of Hohenheim, language: English, abstract: The purpose of this thesis is to provide direct empirical evidence on the use of the Amendment according to IAS 39 regarding the reclassification of financial instruments. It therefore reviews what happened when the accounting policies were switched from fair value accounting to historical accounting during the financial crisis in 2008. Using a sample of manually collected data from Western European banks, the thesis empiri-cally examines which banks used this reclassification option to deal with problematic financial assets and how these reclassification activities are correlated with other firm characteristics. Furthermore, the thesis shows the influence of the amount of assets in each fair value level on the fair value hierarchy and the impact of the banks' regulatory capital during the height of the financial crises on the use of the relaxation option. The final aim is to analyze the economic consequences of this option and to determine how beneficial it is for the global financial system, considering that banks will again make use of this sort of permission in other, future crises.After the development of the International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) by the International Accounting Standard Board (IASB) in 2001, the European Union (EU) decided to unify the jurisdictions for all listed corporations ...
Samuel Jung Sustainable Prosperity Through Qualitative Growth. An Economic Analysis Using The Example Of China Samuel Jung Sustainable Prosperity Through Qualitative Growth. An Economic Analysis Using The Example Of China Новинка

Samuel Jung Sustainable Prosperity Through Qualitative Growth. An Economic Analysis Using The Example Of China

Bachelor Thesis from the year 2012 in the subject Economics - International Economic Relations, grade: 2,0, Martin Luther University (Wirtschaftswissenschaftliche Fakultät), language: English, abstract: This bachelor thesis with the title Sustainable Prosperity Through Qualitative Growth - An Economic Analysis Using The Example Of China is analyzes the theoretical framework of economic growth and how it leads to sustainable prosperity. It propounds the notion of prosperity and sustainable development and thus explains the social, ecological and subsequently political dimension of economic growth.The found insights are applied to the real-life example of the Chinese economic development of the past three decades to draw conclusions and explain why prosperity can be sustainable and which way leads to this goal.
Karl Luis Neumann Can Transition Countries on the Western Balkan utilise the momentum of SMEs to facilitate economic growth. Karl Luis Neumann Can Transition Countries on the Western Balkan utilise the momentum of SMEs to facilitate economic growth. Новинка

Karl Luis Neumann Can Transition Countries on the Western Balkan utilise the momentum of SMEs to facilitate economic growth.

Seminar paper from the year 2018 in the subject Business economics - Economic Policy, grade: 1,7, Berlin School of Economics, language: English, abstract: Small and medium sized enterprises (SME) represent 99,8% of all businesses in the European Union (EU), provide two-thirds of the non-financial sector employment and account for 85% of the new jobs created in the past five years. Looking at the other side of the Atlantic, the situation is not very different: in the United Stated of America (USA) SMEs account for 99,7% of all firms and 48% of total private-sector employment. It is fair to say that SMEs are the backbone of the two largest economic areas of the world. Considering the enormous share that SMEs have in these economies, it becomes clear that the success of an economy largely depends on the development of its SMEs. This paper aims at examining the impact of SMEs on the development of economies in transition. Specifically, the transition countries of the Western Balkan (Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro, Serbia and The Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (FYRM)) will be subject of this paper. Due to the limited word count, Serbia will be used as example since it is the largest economy in the region. The question to be answered is: "Can transition countries on the Western Balkan utilise the economic momentum of SMEs to facilitate economic growth? Evidence from Serbia".
Daniela Antonescu Theoretical and Practical Approaches of Innovation at Regional Level in Romania Daniela Antonescu Theoretical and Practical Approaches of Innovation at Regional Level in Romania Новинка

Daniela Antonescu Theoretical and Practical Approaches of Innovation at Regional Level in Romania

Scientific Study from the year 2015 in the subject Business economics - Economic Policy, , language: English, abstract: During the last period, innovation represented the core topic of a wide number of studies and analyses due to the potential impact it could have on the development level of a country or a region. This aspect is relatively easy to explain: innovation represents an important source of regional/national competitiveness, a modern factor of growth and economic resilience, but also the fundamental objective of the current programming period and of the Europe 2020 Strategy.According to theory, innovation is a process that takes place predominantly at micro-economic level. Still, its approach at regional level gains increasingly more room within economic approaches starting from the premise that innovative performances of a company depend directly and to a large share on the endogenous local potential, but also on a combination of factors of influence, determined by the specifics and conditions of the area.The study intends to analyse from the theoretical and practical viewpoint the role of the innovation process within economic development and growth at regional and national level.
Marlene Bleicher Can Endogenous Growth Theories Explain Growth in South Tyrol and Luxembourg. Marlene Bleicher Can Endogenous Growth Theories Explain Growth in South Tyrol and Luxembourg. Новинка

Marlene Bleicher Can Endogenous Growth Theories Explain Growth in South Tyrol and Luxembourg.

Master's Thesis from the year 2013 in the subject Economics - Economic Cycle and Growth, grade: 1,0, Free University of Bozen-Bolzano (Faculty of Economics & Management), language: English, abstract: This thesis analyzes the two economies of South Tyrol and Luxembourg, questioning whether their economic growth can be explained by concepts of endogenous growth theories.South Tyrol and Luxembourg are two quite similar economies in terms of size, population, cultural diversity and scarcity of natural resources, but yet very different in matters of economic growth, income per capita and economic specialization, which makes them an interesting sample to test for growth factors. Since endogenous growth theories, in contrast to neoclassical conceptions, provide a much broader range of tools to handle endogenous technological change, innovation and other factors, they are better suited to analyze growth factors.Therefore, this thesis first draws a summary on the evolution of endogenous growth theories including an outline of the most important contributions. It is shown that the factor "human capital" plays a major role in most models. Subsequently, the second part of the thesis deals with the economies of South Tyrol and Luxembourg in detail, evaluates historical economic growth, identifies tourism and financial intermediation as their main driving forces and asks whether human capital could be the moving power behind them.The method of choice for measuring is the co...
John Silvia E. Dynamic Economic Decision Making. Strategies for Financial Risk, Capital Markets, and Monetary Policy John Silvia E. Dynamic Economic Decision Making. Strategies for Financial Risk, Capital Markets, and Monetary Policy Новинка

John Silvia E. Dynamic Economic Decision Making. Strategies for Financial Risk, Capital Markets, and Monetary Policy

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A comprehensive analysis of the macroeconomic and financial forces altering the economic landscape Financial decision-making requires one to anticipate how their decision will not only affect their business, but also the economic environment. Unfortunately, all too often, both private and public sector decision-makers view their decisions as one-off responses and fail to see their decisions within the context of an evolving decision-making framework. In Decision-Making in a Dynamic Economic Setting, John Silvia, Chief Economist of Wells Fargo and one of the top 5 economic forecasters according to Bloomberg News and USA Today, skillfully puts this discipline in perspective. Details realistic, decision-making approaches and applications under a broad set of economic scenarios Analyzes monetary policy and addresses the impact of financial regulations Examines business cycles and how to identify economic trends, how to deal with uncertainty and manage risk, the building blocks of growth, and strategies for innovation Decision-Making in a Dynamic Economic Setting details the real-world application of economic principles and financial strategy in making better business decisions.
NurNaddia Nordin, NurHaiza Nordin Labor Market Flexibility, Foreign Direct Investment and Growth NurNaddia Nordin, NurHaiza Nordin Labor Market Flexibility, Foreign Direct Investment and Growth Новинка

NurNaddia Nordin, NurHaiza Nordin Labor Market Flexibility, Foreign Direct Investment and Growth

Foreign direct investment (FDI) has developed rapidly and as a main contribution on economic growth in developing countries. The benefits of FDI to host countries are inward of capital and technology that enhance innovation thereby potentially improving economic growth. The inflows of FDI will be depending on favorable location factors at host country like labor market condition. The labor markets at host countries play an important role to adapt the inflows from FDI. Host country with low levels of employment protection and flexible of labor market are commonly perceived to provide an environment conducive to investment. Our discussion is to examine the role of labor market flexibility in mediating the impact of FDI on economic growth in developing countries. We employ threshold estimation method proposed by Hansen (1999, 2000) on a comprehensive sample period from 2000 to 2010. We finds that countries that group above threshold value of more flexibility of labor market has a positive impact, where this result indicate that labor market flexibility play an important role in mediating FDI on economic growth in developing countries.
kahanmoui farrokh The Effects of Trade Barriers on Growth, An Empirical Investigation kahanmoui farrokh The Effects of Trade Barriers on Growth, An Empirical Investigation Новинка

kahanmoui farrokh The Effects of Trade Barriers on Growth, An Empirical Investigation

Although many economists believe that there is anegative correlation between trade barriers andeconomic growth, the issue is far from resolved.There are studies that have obtained mixed results onthe effect of trade barriers on growth. Such resultscould be due to model misspecification, erroneousmethodology or country and world specific conditions.This paper investigates the impact of trade barriersunder certain country specific conditions to helpdetermine if such mixed results are at leastpartially due to different conditions in differentcountries. The country specific conditions to beinvestigated are market size, availability of exportcredits and technological spillovers due to trade. Chapter 1 "The Case of Largevs. Small Economies", investigates whether marketsize has any impact on how trade barriers affecteconomic growth. Chapter 2 "The Case of ExportCredits", looks at the impact of trade barriers oneconomic growth in the presence of export credits.Chapter 3 "Do Potential Technological SpilloversMatter for How Trade Restrictions Affect Economic Growth?" focuses on theimpact of technological spillovers on economic growthdue to trade.
Nina Gillmann International Capital Flows. Economic Impact and Policy Implications Nina Gillmann International Capital Flows. Economic Impact and Policy Implications Новинка

Nina Gillmann International Capital Flows. Economic Impact and Policy Implications

Diploma Thesis from the year 2000 in the subject Economics - Finance, grade: 1, Christian-Albrechts-University of Kiel, language: English, abstract: This paper deals with three highly controversial aspects in the international finance literature: the degree of international financial integration, the economic impact of capital mobility, and the potential role of capital controls in the emerging international financial architecture.Regarding the first aspect, many observers have been influenced by the recent hype about "globalisation" and in fact take it for granted that capital markets have become almost fully integrated into a world financial marketplace. This paper, reviews evidence that challenges this conventional wisdom, though confirming that the degree of international financial integration is rising.With respect to the second aspect, it is demonstrated that there are circumstances under which the free flow of international capital could negatively impact upon economic performance and/or otherwise welfare-enhancing domestic policies. This finding conflicts with traditional theory and provides an economic rationale for the judicious introduction of capital controls.With this assertion in mind, the final aspect, the role of capital controls, is investigated. The specific question explored is how far restrictions on international capital flows are able to avert a costly economic imbalance arising from fluctuations in the balance of payments. Although the internati...
Damian Nwosu Tax Structure And Economic Growth In Nigeria Damian Nwosu Tax Structure And Economic Growth In Nigeria Новинка

Damian Nwosu Tax Structure And Economic Growth In Nigeria

Master's Thesis from the year 2010 in the subject Economics - Economic Cycle and Growth, grade: M.Phil/PhD, University of Ibadan, course: Economis, language: English, abstract: This study examined the relationship between tax structure and economic growth in Nigeria using annual data between 1970 to 2007. The motivation is to track the impact of the observed change in the tax structure on economic growth in order to inform policy. Two tax structures namely pre Value Added Tax (VAT) and post VAT were identified and their impacts evaluated.The empirical analysis was anchored on the endogenous growth theoretical framework which allowed for linking tax structures to growth. Econometric models were then developed to explore the relationship between the identified tax structures and economic growth. The first model present a growth equation with average tax rate variable, while the second model is where the specific tax variables were included alongside variables in the first model. The third, fourth and fifth models were used to test the robustness of the second model. This was accomplished basically by introducing additional variables. Prior to the empirical estimations, the standard tests of unit root and co-integration analysis were conducted to ascertain the appropriate estimation procedure and technique(s) to use. The unit root test show that all the variables of the models are stationary at the first difference, while the co-integration analysis indicates that one model ...
José Luis León-Manríquez, Theresa Moyo The Global Financial and Economic Crisis in the South. Impact and Responses José Luis León-Manríquez, Theresa Moyo The Global Financial and Economic Crisis in the South. Impact and Responses Новинка

José Luis León-Manríquez, Theresa Moyo The Global Financial and Economic Crisis in the South. Impact and Responses

This book is the outcome of a South-South conference jointly organized by the Asian Political and International Studies Association (APISA), the Latin American Council of Social Sciences (CLACSO) and the Council for the Development of Social Science Research in Africa (CODESRIA) in Dakar, Senegal, May 2012. The conference was organised in response to the financial crisis of 2008 which started in the United States and Europe, with reverberating effects on a global scale. Economic problems emanating from such crises usually leave major social and structural impacts on important sectors of the society internationally. They affect living standards and constrain the well-being of people, especially in poor countries. Persistent problems include high unemployment, increased debt and low growth in developed countries, as well as greater difficulties in accessing finance for investment in the developing world. There is a need for countries in the South to examine the available options for appropriate national and regional responses to the different problems emanating from the economic crisis.This book attempts to provide ideas on some strategic responses to the disastrous impact of the crisis, while keeping in mind the global common interest of the South. It is hoped that the book will contribute significantly towards the agenda to rethink development and the quest for alternative paradigms for a just, stable and equitable global political, economic and social system. A system in whi...
Edet Lawrence The Paradox of Economic Growth without Development in Nigeria Edet Lawrence The Paradox of Economic Growth without Development in Nigeria Новинка

Edet Lawrence The Paradox of Economic Growth without Development in Nigeria

This academic piece is a humble and diligent contributions aimed at assessing the level of economic development in Nigeria, compared to its rapid and appreciable economic growth. Nigeria is undoubtedly, the Africa's largest economy and one of the fastest growing economies in the world. But the level of rise in the discomfort variables and other misery indices calls to question the much appreciable growth in the economy without development. The work is arranged in 4(four) chapters. Chapter one introduces the work, summarize the statement of the study problem, study objectives, study research questions and study methodology. Chapter two deals with conceptual review of related variables and examination of the paradox of economic growth without development in Nigeria. Chapter three further handles the reasons for the paradox of Nigeria's economic growth and chapter four is dedicated to the way forward with summarized recommendations and conclusion. We therefore believe strongly that this humble contributions to academic literature will be greatly appreciated by students, policy makers and the reading public. I have to end by saying that "Nigeria is too rich to be poor".
Mahtab Naheem The Prospects and Challenges of Bond Market Development in Bangladesh Mahtab Naheem The Prospects and Challenges of Bond Market Development in Bangladesh Новинка

Mahtab Naheem The Prospects and Challenges of Bond Market Development in Bangladesh

The development of economy of any country depends mostly on the establishment of sound, effective and efficient financial system in that country. A well-developed financial system plays an important role in accelerating economic growth by mobilizing savings and facilitating investment in an efficient manner. Financial market is composed of different markets- Money Market, Capital Market, Derivative Market etc. All the markets play an interactive role for the development of economy by formation of capital through mobilizing funds, industrialization of economy through supplying adequate funds, providing services, linking investors to the industrial entrepreneurs etc. Besides, this requires sound regulatory framework, sound and investment sensitive administrative infrastructure, fiscal supports for making their role effective for economic development. The debt market being an integral part of financial market plays a complementary role in developing economy through allocation of funds to the different deficit sectors. The debt market consists of money market, mortgage market, bond market and derivative market.
Fayera Debel The impact of population growth on forestry development in east Wollega zone Fayera Debel The impact of population growth on forestry development in east Wollega zone Новинка

Fayera Debel The impact of population growth on forestry development in east Wollega zone

Bachelor Thesis from the year 2014 in the subject Geography / Earth Science - Physical Geography, Geomorphology, Environmental Studies, grade: A, Wollega University (Didessa District Education Office), language: English, abstract: Deforestation is a growing problem in many parts of the tropical world and one of the affected countries is Ethiopia. The general objective of this study is to assess the effect of population growth on forest resource in East Wollega Zone in general and Haro Limu woreda in particular. The data used for the study were collected from 89 farm households heads drawn from the four kebeles of Haro Limmu district. Probability proportional to size sampling technique was employed to select the farm households from four peasant associations, which were selected by random sampling techniques. Primary data were collected using a structured questionnaire. In addition, secondary data were extracted from relevant sources to supplement the data obtained from the survey. The result of this study reveals that population growth huge impact on forestry development in the ways of expanding agricultural land, using wood as energy sources and satisfying the input requirements in agricultural activity. Respondents use family planning services in reducing the impact of population growth on the forestry development
Uqbah Iqbal, Nordin Hussin, Ahmad Ali Seman The Historical Development of the Malay Society Economic Nature During Pre-Colonial Era Uqbah Iqbal, Nordin Hussin, Ahmad Ali Seman The Historical Development of the Malay Society Economic Nature During Pre-Colonial Era Новинка

Uqbah Iqbal, Nordin Hussin, Ahmad Ali Seman The Historical Development of the Malay Society Economic Nature During Pre-Colonial Era

Research Paper (undergraduate) from the year 2014 in the subject Economics - History, National University of Malaysia, course: History, language: English, abstract: This study analyzes the historical development of the economic nature of the Malay community in the East Coast and Northern Malay Peninsula during pre-colonial era. The method used is based on the screening methods of the resources that are available in the library and the National Archives of Malaysia. The study objective are to dismantling the historical development of the Malay peninsula economic from the perspective of the Malay world, the economic nature of the Malay community during pre-colonial era, and the impact of international trade on the Malay Peninsula economic at this time. The Malay Peninsula became the focus of the study because of its economy is the cord to the formation of the Malaysian economy. The historical development of the Malay Peninsula economic will focus on the East Coast and the North. While studies published by the Western scholar more emphasis on the states on the West Coast of the Malay Peninsula, the majority Malay community at that time concentrated in the East Coast and Northern Malay Peninsula. In contrast to the study of the Western scholar, the study will look at the historical development of the Malay Peninsula economic and Malay society economic nature from the perspective of the Malay world itself. It allows in-depth investigations to the extent to which socio-economic str...
Chintalapudi Bhavannarayana, Kesamsetty Sarala, Vara Saritha Impact of JFM Works on the Bamboo Forests of Andhra Pradesh, India Chintalapudi Bhavannarayana, Kesamsetty Sarala, Vara Saritha Impact of JFM Works on the Bamboo Forests of Andhra Pradesh, India Новинка

Chintalapudi Bhavannarayana, Kesamsetty Sarala, Vara Saritha Impact of JFM Works on the Bamboo Forests of Andhra Pradesh, India

The present book deals with the study on the impact of Joint Forest Management (JFM) works, mounding and decongestion operations, on the growth of the Bamboo in the forests of Srikakulam, Visakhapatnam and East Godavari districts of Andhra Pradesh, India. The bamboo culms in the JFM plots are strait and healthy indicating the positive effect of mounding and decongestion operations in bamboo forests. Encouragement of JFM works found to increase the quality and economic value of bamboo.
Dhar Sujoy Marketing the Financial Services to the Unbanked Population Dhar Sujoy Marketing the Financial Services to the Unbanked Population Новинка

Dhar Sujoy Marketing the Financial Services to the Unbanked Population

The scope and direction of the financial inclusion incorporates the dimension of the inclusive growth. The efficient and optimal allocation of the scarce resources of the nation may be the necessary condition to achieve the social optima but it cannot alone ensure the social welfare maximization. Despite facing the adverse circumstances in both the external and internal economic environment , the Reserve bank of India and the Ministry of Finance, Government of India continuously harping on the financial inclusion as the policy proposition .
Dennis Sitsofe Anyomi Power Quality and Industrial Performance Dennis Sitsofe Anyomi Power Quality and Industrial Performance Новинка

Dennis Sitsofe Anyomi Power Quality and Industrial Performance

Quality electricity supply propels industrial growth and boosts economic development. Quality electricity supply goes beyond mere availability of electricity as it is commonly believe to be. This book examines the various elements of quality electricity supply. The book also discussed industrial performance as a whole and identified four (4) key performance indicators that industries measure. It then considered the impact that electricity has on industries and their performance citing cases of Africa, America, Europe, Middle East and Asia. It then identified six general areas that quality electricity supply could impact in any industry.
Dennis Sitsofe Anyomi Power Quality and Industrial Performance Dennis Sitsofe Anyomi Power Quality and Industrial Performance Новинка

Dennis Sitsofe Anyomi Power Quality and Industrial Performance

Quality electricity supply propels industrial growth and boosts economic development. Quality electricity supply goes beyond mere availability of electricity as it is commonly believe to be. This book examines the various elements of quality electricity supply. The book also discussed industrial performance as a whole and identified four (4) key performance indicators that industries measure. It then considered the impact that electricity has on industries and their performance citing cases of Africa, America, Europe, Middle East and Asia. It then identified six general areas that quality electricity supply could impact in any industry.
Smaro Boura The social impact of the crisis on youth unemployed university graduates from Greece and Spain Smaro Boura The social impact of the crisis on youth unemployed university graduates from Greece and Spain Новинка

Smaro Boura The social impact of the crisis on youth unemployed university graduates from Greece and Spain

Master's Thesis from the year 2012 in the subject Social Studies/ Civics, grade: 72%, London Metropolitan University, language: English, abstract: The current financial and economic crisis which has largely afflicted Southern European countries, could be seen a complex system of economic failures which have caused considerable effects in social, political and cultural level. The central dynamics of this crisis focusing on the economic and political governance which have influenced societal and individual functioning of marginalised populations in Greece and Spain, such as youth. This review examines the social impact of the crisis on young unemployed graduates with tertiary education, analysing their views and experiences about the current economic and political upheavals caused in Greece and Spain.This recession, which is comparable with Great Depression on its extent and duration, has created considerable social problems including increase in joblessness, poverty, and future uncertainty of the young populations. The increasing unemployment levels considering the fragmented labour markets in Greece and Spain have direct implications in psychological well-being and adverse effects for the integration of young people in the society by triggering the danger of social and economic exclusion. The limited job opportunities together with the elimination of the social safety nets accelerate the phenomena of immigration of high-skilled young graduates, inhibiting the development ...
Alemayehu Tsadkan The Nexus Between Public Spending and Economic Growth in Ethiopia Alemayehu Tsadkan The Nexus Between Public Spending and Economic Growth in Ethiopia Новинка

Alemayehu Tsadkan The Nexus Between Public Spending and Economic Growth in Ethiopia

This study investigates the nexus between public spending and economic growth in Ethiopia (1971-2010) using an Autoregressive Distributed Lag Model or Bound Testing Approach. In order to determine the direction of causality between public spending and economic growth, Toda and Yamamato (1995) augmented Granger causality test is used. The outcome of the study revealed that, the growth impact of government consumption expenditure in Ethiopia during the study period was negative and significant. However, that of investment spending was positive and significant both in the short run and in the long run, showing the relevance of public physical investment activities to the economy. The test of causality, however, indicated that there was a unidirectional causality running from economic growth to aggregate public spending.
Stephen Gumboh Import Substitution Industrialization and the Effects of Globalization on the Manufacturing Sector in Zambia Stephen Gumboh Import Substitution Industrialization and the Effects of Globalization on the Manufacturing Sector in Zambia Новинка

Stephen Gumboh Import Substitution Industrialization and the Effects of Globalization on the Manufacturing Sector in Zambia

Research Paper (undergraduate) from the year 2012 in the subject Economics - Case Scenarios, grade: A, Atlantic International University (School of Business and Economics), course: Globalization and International Development, language: English, abstract: The paper discusses the essence of the Import Substitution Industrialization (ISI) policy adopted by the Zambian government prior to trade liberalization and the effects of globalization on the growth and development of manufacturing sector thereafter. Specifically, the paper analyses the merits and effectiveness of the ISI policy on the growth of the Zambia industry with particular emphasis on the impact of globalization and trade liberalization on the Zambian manufacturing sector and the government possible measures and instruments necessary to maximize the benefits of globalization.The paper proves the heavy impact of trade liberalization on the manufacturing sector in peak period of its implementation. As for the import substitution policy and the effects of globalization on the growth and development of manufacturing sector, the paper also cites these among many other factors as major attributes to a greater extent to the failure of the manufacturing sector to perform to expectation over the peak period of trade liberalization. Government policies to cushion itself from the effects of globalization and to revitalize the manufacturing sector are equally proved to have brought about some favorable results despite the many ...
Navneet Toppo, Rommel Khan, Vivek Raj Role of FDI in India Navneet Toppo, Rommel Khan, Vivek Raj Role of FDI in India Новинка

Navneet Toppo, Rommel Khan, Vivek Raj Role of FDI in India

Research Paper (postgraduate) from the year 2013 in the subject Economics - International Economic Relations, National University of Study & Research in Law, course: BA.LLB, language: English, abstract: The concept of a Foreign Directed Investment is a very important part of the Indian Economy because Economic liberalization had varying effects on the behavior of economic factors and therefore on the evolution of various economic sectors and the Indian economy as a whole. Liberalizing reforms were intended to have a strong impact on the investment process. The method of allowing FDI started in the 1990's, when the economy was liberalized, thereby allowing foreign goods to this paper tries to examine the developments in both economic and political aspects, relating to the growth in the FDI. We also evaluate and try to establish whether there is any relation between the FDI and the economic growth and prosperity across the various Indian states. In other words, has the link between the economic growth of a state and the amount of FDI become stronger in the aftermath of the reforms? Another point to notice is that there appears to be a large amount of regional income disparity between the states due to the larger amounts of association of FDI.
The Mystery of Economic Growth (OISC) The Mystery of Economic Growth (OISC) Новинка

The Mystery of Economic Growth (OISC)

The Mystery of Economic Growth (OISC)
Sascha Huijsman The Impact of the Current Economic and Financial Crisis on Microfinance. Sascha Huijsman The Impact of the Current Economic and Financial Crisis on Microfinance. Новинка

Sascha Huijsman The Impact of the Current Economic and Financial Crisis on Microfinance.

The recent global macroeconomic crisis creates an exceptionally interesting possibility to investigate the linkages of the microfinance sector to mainstream markets and its connections with domestic markets as well as international markets - a subject whose significance has increased in recent years due to the growing importance of microfinance as part of local financial systems of developing countries and with more and more involvement of commercial investors. Sascha Huijsman's book is one of the very few studies on this relationship. She provides a rigorous analysis of the impact of the financial crisis on microfinance institutions (MFIs) by using data from a worldwide survey with MFI managers and utilising monthly financial data of almost 60 MFIs. Although microfinance-specific characteristics, such as socially oriented, highly committed investors and the nature of microfinance enterprises, which typically operate in the informal sector, so far nourished the assumption that MFIs were isolated from the impact of fluctuations on mainstream markets, Huijsman's study convincingly shows that through different linkages microfinance is to a certain extent connected to formal market movements Interestingly, however, it turns out there are considerable differences between the impact on MFIs in different regions; especially MFIs in Eastern Europe have been affected. Moreover, MFIs offering savings services to their clients turned out to be more resilient to the crisis. Huijs...
Richard Barras Building Cycles. Growth and Instability Richard Barras Building Cycles. Growth and Instability Новинка

Richard Barras Building Cycles. Growth and Instability

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The global economic crisis of 2008 was precipitated by a housing market crash, thus highlighting the destabilizing influence of the property cycle upon the wider economy. This timely book by a world authority explores why cycles occur and how they affect the behaviour of real estate markets. The central argument put forward is that growth and instability are inextricably linked, and that building investment acts both as a key driver of growth and as the source of the most volatile cyclical fluctuations in an economy. The role of building cycles in both economic growth and urban development is explored through a theoretical review and a comparative historical analysis of UK and US national data stretching back to the start of the nineteenth century, together with a case study of the development of London since the start of the eighteenth century. A simulation model of the building cycle is presented and tested using data for the City of London office market. The analysis is then broadened to examine the operation of property cycles in global investment markets during the post-war period, focussing on their contribution to the diffusion of innovation, the accumulation of wealth and the propagation of market instability. Building Cycles: growth & instability concludes by synthesizing the main themes into a theoretical framework, which can guide our understanding of the operation and impact of building cycles on the modern economy. Postgraduate students on courses in property and in urban development as well as professional property researchers, urban economists and planners will find this a stimulating read – demanding but accessible.
Godfrey Bernard Nyamushamba Impact of Zimbabwe Economic Crisis on Tourism Viability Godfrey Bernard Nyamushamba Impact of Zimbabwe Economic Crisis on Tourism Viability Новинка

Godfrey Bernard Nyamushamba Impact of Zimbabwe Economic Crisis on Tourism Viability

The study investigated the impact of Zimbabwe's economic crises on tourism viability from 2000-2010. Data were collected through questionnaires, in depth interviews and document analysis and analysed using the Statistical Package for Social Sciences (SPSS) version 13. The study revealed that tourism was negatively affected by the economic crisis. It is concluded that the economic crisis impacted on tourism viability as evidenced by the low volumes of tourists. Recommendations drawn from this research are that there is need by government to develop tourism - related sectors that include transport, infrastructure development and information communication technology. The government should make sure that airports are refurbished to attract more tourists. The need for a conducive investment climate is important for the tourism sector as it is for all other sectors of the economy.
Christian Brandes The Effects of Diversity on Economic and Political Stability Christian Brandes The Effects of Diversity on Economic and Political Stability Новинка

Christian Brandes The Effects of Diversity on Economic and Political Stability

Master's Thesis from the year 2017 in the subject Economics - Other, grade: 1,7, language: English, abstract: Many developing countries do not only suffer from weak institutions, poor economic performance and corruption, but also from separatist movements and violent civil conflicts. The question arises why some countries could achieve economic growth and development, while others never experienced considerable economic development and are trapped in a vicious circle of re-occurring violent conflicts and economic deterioration. Since developing countries tend to be more diverse in terms of ethnicity, language and religion and many civil conflicts appear to have an ethnic or religious component, diversity is regarded as a main cause of economic and political instability. Furthermore, many scholars consider higher levels of diversity in the least developed countries to be the crucial factor that leads to inefficient policy decisions and impedes growth and development.This master thesis addresses the question how diversity affects economic and political stability and elaborates appropriate parameters which are further used in a composite indicator (CI) to quantify a country's stability, respectively instability. The thesis is structured as follows:After a review of the literature on the relations between diversity and economic development and civil conflicts in chapter two, the historic and environmental conditions under which different ethnic and linguistic groups emerg...
Dimitri Uzunidis Innovation Capabilities and Economic Development in Open Economies Dimitri Uzunidis Innovation Capabilities and Economic Development in Open Economies Новинка

Dimitri Uzunidis Innovation Capabilities and Economic Development in Open Economies

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The innovation capacity-building can contribute to improve the integration of developing countries in the world economy. The economic development has been a much discussed subject of the period after the Second World War until the 1990s. After the implementation of a global regulation system for trade and capital flows in the 1990s, the development economics has almost disappeared in favor of different theories on globalization, on finance and on international trade. The purpose of this book is to show that the innovation capacity building in developing countries is necessary to improve their weight in the world economy and to facilitate their economic ties with northern countries. However, there are important difficulties due to the lack of proactive economic policies. Our aim is to contribute to the revival of the development economics. The issue of improving the well-being of the world population as a whole is highly topical. However, studies neglect the need to give economic, financial, technological and political resources to developing countries to promote their own development. One of the most important means is to strengthen their innovation capabilities that allow them to better integrate into the world economy.
Winnie Waweru Trends and impacts of China.s FDI in Kenya Winnie Waweru Trends and impacts of China.s FDI in Kenya Новинка

Winnie Waweru Trends and impacts of China.s FDI in Kenya

Since China's reforms, the country has experienced tremendous growth and expansion. China's government has encouraged the companies to go global, with the recent reforms of the "Go West" and "Going Global" policy. Since China became a member of the World Trade Organisation in 2001, economic reforms have led to a spectacular economic success which has generated rapid economic growth over two decades. The country has moved from a centrally-planned economy towards a market economy.This research study focuses on the impact and the trends of Chinese FDI (foreign direct investment) on Kenya's economic sectors of agriculture, infrastructure, manufacturing, and tourism. It seeks to quantify the advantages and disadvantages through the SWOT analysis and to suggest policies necessary to maximize the development impact of China in Kenya. The study takes a qualitative and quantitative approach with close textual analysis of the existing data and information from the Kenya embassy in Beijing and KIA and auxiliary information from existing written literature, books, internet sources, journal articles and interpretation of these sources.
Punzo Chiara The Theory of Monetary Circuit as a Development Issue Punzo Chiara The Theory of Monetary Circuit as a Development Issue Новинка

Punzo Chiara The Theory of Monetary Circuit as a Development Issue

This book analyzes the role of financial system in economic growth and stability, dealing with the reforms of financial system in emerging economies. It analyzes the role of finance in the Graziani's Theory of Monetary Circuit (TMC) by means of transaction matrices. To understand the distinctive feature of circuitist approach, it is compared to more consolidated approaches in economic theory - from neo-classical to Keynesian approach, without neglecting classical one. TMC represents an alternative to the Quantity Theory of Money. Endogenous money is widespread in economic theory. This work deals with the debate searching a point of convergence between microeconomic dimension and macroeconomic one. It deals with the relation between finance and incentives to efficiency and stability in TMC. This work assesses the impact of financial system reforms, and identifies incentives and institutions coherent with financial system reform strategies in emerging economies.
Nina Pohl International Capital Flows. Economic Problems and Policy Implications Nina Pohl International Capital Flows. Economic Problems and Policy Implications Новинка

Nina Pohl International Capital Flows. Economic Problems and Policy Implications

Inhaltsangabe:Abstract: This paper deals with three highly controversial aspects in the international finance literature: the degree of international financial integration, the economic impact of capital mobility, and the potential role of capital controls in the emerging international financial architecture. Regarding the first aspect, many observers have been influenced by the recent hype about “globalisation” and in fact take it for granted that capital markets have become almost fully integrated into a world financial marketplace. This paper, reviews evidence that challenges this conventional wisdom, though confirming that the degree of international financial integration is rising. With respect to the second aspect, it is demonstrated that there are circumstances under which the free flow of international capital could negatively impact upon economic performance and/or otherwise welfare-enhancing domestic policies. This finding conflicts with traditional theory and provides an economic rationale for the judicious introduction of capital controls. With this assertion in mind, the final aspect, the role of capital controls, is investigated. The specific question explored is how far restrictions on international capital flows are able to avert a costly economic imbalance arising from fluctuations in the balance of payments. Although the international consensus seems to have shifted in recent years towards promoting Chilean-style capital controls as a potential new building ...

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The global economic crisis of 2008 was precipitated by a housing market crash, thus highlighting the destabilizing influence of the property cycle upon the wider economy. This timely book by a world authority explores why cycles occur and how they affect the behaviour of real estate markets. The central argument put forward is that growth and instability are inextricably linked, and that building investment acts both as a key driver of growth and as the source of the most volatile cyclical fluctuations in an economy. The role of building cycles in both economic growth and urban development is explored through a theoretical review and a comparative historical analysis of UK and US national data stretching back to the start of the nineteenth century, together with a case study of the development of London since the start of the eighteenth century. A simulation model of the building cycle is presented and tested using data for the City of London office market. The analysis is then broadened to examine the operation of property cycles in global investment markets during the post-war period, focussing on their contribution to the diffusion of innovation, the accumulation of wealth and the propagation of market instability. Building Cycles: growth & instability concludes by synthesizing the main themes into a theoretical framework, which can guide our understanding of the operation and impact of building cycles on the modern economy. Postgraduate students on courses in property and in urban development as well as professional property researchers, urban economists and planners will find this a stimulating read – demanding but accessible.
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