Volume 11 (2022)
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Research Paper International Economics
Estimating Domestic Value-Added in Gross Exports and Its Relation to Vertical Specialization: The Case of Iran

Parisa Mohajeri; Ali Asghar Banouei

Volume 10, Issue 1 , March 2021, Pages 7-29


  Traditional trade theories and/or “Trade-in-Goods” predict that exports can generate 100% value-added which has recently been debated by Trade-in-Tasks theories. The root of these debates are referred to the existing conventional macro-economic accounting, which is expressed that expenditure ...  Read More

Research Paper Energy Economics
Steady State Behavior of the Iranian Economy with Stochastic Energy Resources

Ebrahim Hadian; Ali Hossein Ostadzad

Volume 10, Issue 1 , March 2021, Pages 31-55


  The pertinent question is whether scarcity of non-renewable energy resources limits economic growth. Given that the earth's natural resources are limited, the answer appears to be yes. However, there are two reasons to reject this question. Technological advancements that conserved resources may be able ...  Read More

Research Paper International Economics
Critique of Government Protection Policies of Foreign Investors: Heckman`s Two-Step Method

Mirreza Fazelian; Khadije Nasrollahi; Hadi Amiri

Volume 10, Issue 1 , March 2021, Pages 57-79


  Abstract:The purpose of this research is to criticize the Iranian governments’ policies supporting the Foreign Direct Investors. In this regard, 243 questionnaires have been distributed among actual investors (active in the country) and 107 questionnaires among potential ones; by collecting and ...  Read More

Research Paper International Economics
Does Foreign Direct Investment always Generate Economic Growth?: Evidence from the Panel Quantile Regression Model

Hassan Daliri

Volume 10, Issue 1 , March 2021, Pages 81-102


  This paper concentrates on the impact of foreign direct investment (FDI) on economic growth in different country income levels. This study is based on 79 countries into four income groups (31 High income, 18 Lower middle income, 21 Upper middle-income, and 9 Low-income countries) for the period 1990-2019. ...  Read More

Research Paper Energy Economics
Economic Analysis of Feed-in Tariff Policy in Iran’s Electricity Generation: Fresh Results from a Real Options Model for Solar Energy Promotion

Mohammad Sayadi

Volume 10, Issue 1 , March 2021, Pages 103-124


  Given the 95% share of electricity generation from non-renewable energies, implementing effective policies to motivate electricity generation from sustainable energy resources is essential. Since the current Feed-in Tariff (FiT) policy increases the government’s expenditures to support renewable ...  Read More

Research Paper International Economics
Phenomenology Explanation of Effective History on Economy and Export Performance of Iranian Oil Products: Mixed-Method Research

Zahra Mahdavi Sabet; Mohammad Ali Abdolvand; Kambiz Heidarzadeh; Mohsen Khounsiavash

Volume 10, Issue 1 , March 2021, Pages 125-146


  Organizations enter into the international competitive markets because of different motivates such as: gaining international reputation, achieving long-term growth, increasing profitability, taking advantages of economies of scale, domestic market maturity, the intensity of competition in domestic market, ...  Read More

Research Paper Monetary economics
Equilibrium Features of Imperfect Competition in the Deposit Market of Banking Sector

Mohammad Feghhi Kashani; Majid Omidi

Volume 10, Issue 1 , March 2021, Pages 147-171


  This paper is an endeavor towards investigating the potential role of deposit market structure as a distinct channel for (monetary, fiscal, and regulatory) policy transmission mechanism. In doing so, we have developed the core idea in a rational expectation partial equilibrium setup incorporating the ...  Read More

Research Paper Monetary economics
Measuring Basel Credit Gap in Iran: Assessing Implications in Banking Supervision and Crises Prediction

Ali Afzali; Ali Taiebnia; Mohsen Mehrara

Volume 10, Issue 1 , March 2021, Pages 173-191


  Credit is the basis for financing and stimulating investments. However, excess credit can be the source of systemic risks and financial crises. In this paper, using Iran’s credit data from 2000 to 2019, the Basel credit gap was calculated as a recommended indicator for measuring excessive credit. ...  Read More

Research Paper Institutional Economics
The Relationship Between Cultural Changes and Economic Development

Zahra Kheiridoust; Farshad Momeni; Amir khadem Alizadeh; Bahareh Nasiri

Volume 10, Issue 1 , March 2021, Pages 193-215


  Cultural, social, and economic changes are closely correlated, however, understanding such a relationship requires a theoretical model. The current paper has provided a conceptual model for explaining the relationship between culture and economy. Some economists consider culture as resistant to change ...  Read More

Research Paper Other
The Analysis of the Impact of Monetary Policy Shocks on the dynamics of Flow of Funds Account with an Emphasis on the Private Sector

Meymanat Ebrahimi; Mohammad Vaez Barzani; leila Torki; Hassan Heydari

Volume 10, Issue 1 , March 2021, Pages 217-243


  In this paper, the impact of monetary shocks on asset changes and the financial liabilities of different institutional sectors were examined. Afterwards, financial and non-financial tools of the private sector’s balance sheet in the funds flow account were analyzed. For this purpose, the data from ...  Read More

Research Paper Monetary economics
Is the Presence of Women on the Branch Credit Committee Important? Evidence from an Iranian Private Bank

Esmaeil Jafarimehr; bahram sahabi; Hassan Heydari

Volume 10, Issue 1 , March 2021, Pages 245-264


  Recent financial literature argues that there are gender differences between men and women, impacting financial decision making and performance. This paper, using data related to micro-loans of an Iranian private (commercial) bank between 2012 and 2018, investigates the effects of the characteristics ...  Read More

Research Paper Other
An Analysis of the Logistics Hub Location in Isfahan Province Using the Logistics Network Cost Minimization Approach in GIS Environment

Azam Jalaei; Nematollah Akbari; Bbabak Saffari

Volume 10, Issue 1 , March 2021, Pages 265-293


  One of the important tools to increase supply chain productivity and reduce logistics costs is to establish logistics hubs. Since there is no logistics hub in the central region of Iran, this study was conducted to identify a suitable area for a logistics hub in Isfahan province. In this line, criteria ...  Read More