Volume 17, Issue 3

 

ارسال های اخیر

  • Forecast of Iran’s Electricity Consumption Using a Combined Approach of Neural Networks and Econometrics 

    Pourkazeni, Mohammad Hossein؛ Aghaeifar, Roya (University of Tehran, Faculty of Economics, 2013-09-01)
    Electricity cannot be stored and needs huge amount of capital so producers and consumers pay special attention to predict electricity consumption. Besides, time-series data of the electricity market are chaotic and ...

  • The Effect of Monetary Policy on Business Cycles in Iran Economy 

    Heydari Sheikh Tabaghi, Parvin (University of Tehran, Faculty of Economics, 2013-09-01)
    Nowadays one of the most important issues in our economy, both from economic and political view is the link between monetary policy and business cycle fluctuations. Amongst the shocks related to the supply side, the shock ...

  • National Security and Immigration 

    Esmaeili, Ali (University of Tehran, Faculty of Economics, 2013-09-01)
    This paper considers the relationship between economic factors and national security. While considering a broad number of issue areas, the principal theme of the course is the way in which economic factors (as immigration) ...

  • An Analysis of the Inflationary Effect of Subsidies Targeting Scheme of Iran: Flow-of-Funds Approach 

    Ghazaei, Mohammad Ali؛ Arabmazar, Aliakbar (University of Tehran, Faculty of Economics, 2013-09-01)
    At the beginning of 2011, the Islamic Republic of Iran underwent a Scheme called “Subsidies Targeting". This scheme meant to replace subsidies on goods and services especially energy, which had kept prices low for decades, ...

  • Analysis of Indo - Iranian Trade 

    Prakash, Shri؛ Sharma, Rekha (University of Tehran, Faculty of Economics, 2013-09-01)
    This paper focuses on Indo-Iranian merchandise trade for a period of 30 years from1980-81 to 2009-10. The study is based on econometric modeling comprising 3 versions of the RWM model and alternative forms and specification ...

  • Which Countries are Catching up? New Evidences Using Flexible Fourier Stationary Test 

    Ranjbar, Omid؛ Elmi, Zahra (Mila) (University of Tehran, Faculty of Economics, 2013-09-01)
    In this paper, we tested the catching-up hypothesis toward the USA using Becker et al. (2006) flexible Fourier KPSS stationary test over the period 1960-2009. The mentioned test could control for unknown number and form ...

  • Inflation and Cost Push in Iran's Economy 

    Rahmani, Teymur؛ Fallahi, Saman؛ Dreger, Christian (University of Tehran, Faculty of Economics, 2013-09-01)
    There have been two broad theories of inflation, namely the demand-pull theory of inflation (that is nowadays mainly the monetary theory of inflation) and the cost-push theory of inflation. The mainstream macroeconomics ...

  • The Role of Oil Revenue Shocks in Iranian Economy, A TVP- VAR Approach 

    Mehrara, Mohsen؛ Jabalameli, Farkhondeh؛ Mojab, Ramin (University of Tehran, Faculty of Economics, 2013-09-01)
    In this paper, we analyze the effects of oil revenue shocks on different sectors of the Iranian economy. We use quarterly data of the Iranian economy from 1988:2 to 2011:1 to analyze a time-varying parameter VAR model with ...