Volume 34, Issue 1

 

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  • Trade Arrangements and Evolving East Asian and Asia Pacific 

    Scollay, Robert؛ Gilbert, John P (University of Isfahan, 2009-08-01)
    The paper begins by noting that proposals involving significant developments in the regional tradearchitecture are being developed within regional processes that in some cases are simultaneouslypursuing other dimensions ...

  • How Far Behind Are the South Asian Countries in Relation to East Asian 

    Sanidas, Elias (University of Isfahan, 2009-08-01)
    We define as South Asian countries those countries that start with Iran and end with Bangladesh in Asia. Wethen use export statistics in terms of revealed comparative advantage (RCA) for 14 industrial sectors tomeasure ...

  • Impact of Exchange Rate Shock on Prices of Imports and Exports 

    Duasa, Jarita (University of Isfahan, 2009-08-01)
    This study examines the significant impact of exchange rate shock on prices of Malaysian importsand exports. In methodology, the study adopts vector error correction (VECM) model using monthlydata of nominal exchange rates, ...

  • Time Preference and its Effects on Intertemporal 

    Bakhshi Dastjerdi, Rasoul؛ Dallali Isfahani, Rahim؛ Joseini, Jafar (University of Isfahan, 2009-08-01)
    Time preference has a peculiar role in determining the level of economic activities. Time preferenceis the most important origin of interest rate. In this paper we study the founders and defenders'viewpoints about time ...

  • Islamic Microfinance, Providing Credit to the Poor:A Case Study of Iran1 

    Bakhtiri, Sadegh (University of Isfahan, 2009-08-01)
    The general perception of Islamic finance is that it prohibits the practice of paying and receiving interest, but Islamicfinance is much broader than interest rate prohibition. Islamic financial services can be viewed as ...

  • Regional Integration in Asia and the Contribution of SMEs â a Review of the 

    Harvie, Charles (University of Isfahan, 2009-08-01)
    Over the past decade the economies of East Asia and APEC more generally have been increasinglyopening up their markets, and in the process have achieved significant gains in exports and economicgrowth. In conjunction with ...

  • How the WTO Could Be Improved 

    J.Lloyd, Peter (University of Isfahan, 2009-08-01)
    AbstractThis paper examines the impasse in the current Doha Development Round negotiations andasks how the rules of the WTO could be changed to facilitate multilateral negotiations andto increase the welfare of the Member ...

  • Impact of Oil, Crises and Economic Integration on Growth: 

    Van Hoa, Tran (University of Isfahan, 2009-08-01)
    While energy especially oil, crises and economic integration have been playing an important role indevelopment and growth in East West Asia economies and their intertwining relations, only limitedquantitative research on ...