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Is There a Non-Linear Relationship Between Trade and Growth? A Panel Threshold Analysis for Central and Eastern European Countries
(Akademiai Kiado Rt, 2017)
It is suggested that international trade has a positive effect on the growth rate of economies. Although a vast literature has illustrated that open or more liberalised economies grow faster, the specific factors that ...
Growth Volatility And Government Expenditure In Low And Middle Income Countries: A Dynamic Panel Analysis
(Babes-Bolyai Univ, 2017)
We examine the relation between the government consumption expenditure and output growth volatility in 57 low and middle income countries by using both static and dynamic panel methods. It seems that the results of these ...
Current Account Sustainability: A Non-Linear Comparative Empirical Overview
(Savez Ekonomista Vojvodine, 2018)
This study aims to examine the sustainability of current account deficits for Hungary, Poland, Czech Republic and Turkey over the period 199801:201402, with a special attention to the Turkish case, by applying the theoretical ...
The Relationship Between Corruption And Foreign Direct Investment Inflows In Turkey: An Empirical Examination
(Babes-Bolyai Univ, 2014)
In the corruption literature, most of the studies indicate that corruption has adverse effects on the investment environment and thus it diminishes foreign direct investment (FDI) inflows. However, regarding the so-called ...