Further Evidence on Export-Led Growth in the United Arab Emirates: Are Non-Oil Exports or Re-Exports the Key to Economic Growth?
Uutilizing unit root and cointegration techniques, we find out of 96 countries only 8 show unidirectional or bidirectional causality from exports to GDP with positive relationship between the two variables. Causality from GDP to Exports with positive relationship between the two variables is found for only 9 countries.متن کامل
Studying the Effects of Non-Oil Exports on Targeted Economic Growth in Iranian 5th Development Plan:A Computable General Equilibrium Approach
This paper estimates the effects of increase in Iran’s non-oil exports on its economic growth as well as sectoral outputs, using a single country, comparative static, exogenous policy Computable General Equilibrium (CGE) model. The paper also investigates the share of tradable sectors in reaching to the targeted growth rate (8%) in 5th socio-economic development plan. For this purpose, the para...متن کامل
(1979) on OECD countries; Brodsky and Sampson (1979) and Yeats (1976) on Latin America and Asia; and, more recently, Amjadi and Yeats (1995), Amjadi, Reincke, and Yeats (1996), and UNCTAD (1995) on sub-Saharan Africa. These studies document differences in shipping costs but do not directly estimate the relationship between shipping costs and manufactured exports or economic growth. Steven Radel...متن کامل