Seyed Komail Tayebi

Seyed Komail Tayebi
University of Isfahan · Department of Economics

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Introduction
• Interaction between Globalization and Economic Indicators based on Theoretical and Empirical Specifications of Modeling, • International Trade and Regionalization on: Economic Convergence, Trade Liberalization, Trade Integration, Free Trade Area (FTA), Preferential Trade Agreements (PTA), Regional Trading Blocs (RTBs), Economics of International Tourism, • Interaction between International Trade and Environmental Issues based on Theoretical and Empirical Specifications of Modeling, • Issues of International Finance: Exchange Rate Patterns, Exchange Rate Pass-through, Financial Institutions and Crises, Money Integration, • Modeling Financial Crisis • Applications of Econometrics (Regression Models, Time Series Methods, Panel Data) to the above Topics, • Program Evaluation, treatment

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This paper explores the advantages of international trade and foreign direct investment (FDI), which can be the main factors of transferring technology to economies. More specifically, it seeks the importance of international trade and FDI as the main channels of technology transfer between countries either in a region or at the international level...
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One example of financial development is to increase financial assets at a rate faster than non-financial assets. In such a case, the ratio of financial assets to non-financial assets will be increased. Without an effective and efficient financial system, the process of capital formation and consequently sustained economic growth will not be achieve...
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Purpose – In this paper the authors address the questions whether global financial crises cause oil shocks worldwide, then whether such shocks affect trade flows of both oil importing and oil exporting countries of East-West Asia. The purpose of this paper is thus to explore such effects by specifying basically a dynamic export model using data of...
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Abstract This paper tries to analyze the impacts of intermediate goods trade on production, consumption, investment, net exports, employment, labor wage and capital rent of Iran in its bilateral trade relations with China. This analysis has been done by modeling, solving and calibrating an international real business cycles (IRBC) model in period 1...
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Iran-China relations are deeply rooted in history and have been enhanced recently with bilateral co-operation in the areas of energy, arms sales, trade, political co-operation and cultural ties. The objective of this paper is to analyze the role of international outsourcing in form of trading intermediate products on bilateral trade relations betwe...
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Experiences of developed countries and various studies in the context of economic growth of developing countries have shown that economic growth is not only explained by physical capital and labor force but also, and more importantly, by human capital. The later variable should be entered, as a major determinant, in the endogenous growth model. Wit...
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Poverty is arguably the most pressing economic problem of the time of global financial crisis that crisis have adverse impact on it through a variety of channels and typically lead to slowdowns in economic activity and, consequently, rise in formal unemployment and/or falls in real wages. On the other hand, it is generally argued in the literature...
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In this paper, we have examined the long-run currency relationship, based on purchasing power parity (PPP), between the five major ASEAN countries (Malaysia, Indonesia, the Philippines, Singapore and Thailand) plus China, South Korea and Japan (as the East Asian side) and Iran (as the West Asian side) by using panel data methods to test for unit ro...
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This paper examines how economic liberalizations cause per capita income convergence across East Asian countries. It relies on the fact that most countries in the region are well-known in making attempts toward liberalizing strategies over the recent decades. The analysis focuses on before and after Asian liberalizations, which realized mostly in 1...
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Financial integration is important for many reasons. For example, since monetary policy is implemented through a financial system, the system should be as efficient as possible in order to guarantee a smooth and effective transmission of monetary policy. In addition, financial integration affects the structure of the financial system, which in turn...
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This paper explores the benefits and weaknesses of a global regional trade block (RTB) where European and Arabic Mediterranean (EAM) countries can be integrated. It also examines issues faced by such countries involved in the light of the global marketplace. Trade regions may begin as political bodies for mutual security and support, but as develop...
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Now many scholars debate the different impacts of globalization on the economic behaviors of all nations, that globalization reduces or increases poverty, raises or drops wages and labor standards in societies and so on. Accordingly, we make in particular a question whether globalization affects income inequality in countries worldwide. The objecti...
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The attraction of foreign direct investment (FDI) and its relevant effect on international trade has been generally one of important issues in the literature. FDI causes an increase in production capacities and meanwhile it plays a crucial role in constructing linkage between economies worldwide throughout export market expansion, spillovers and te...
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In recent years, the debate on the trade effects of regionalism experienced a strong revival. While empirical research has mostly focused on the impact of PTA (preferential trade agreements) FTA (free trade area), RTB (regional trade block), aspects of trade integration, on trade flows (Soloaga and Winters, 2001). Only a few efforts, however, exami...
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The objective of this paper is to explore the effect of financial crisis on trade flows of steel industries in the major Asian-Pacific steel producing countries. Using a static and dynamic panel data analysis, we test the hypothesis that the global financial crisis has a negative effect on Asia-Pacific bilateral steel trade flows. We also examine t...
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The global financial crisis that began in the United States in 2007 has turned into the most far-reaching international financial and economic crisis since the Great Depression. Indeed, the crisis-affected Asian countries experienced varying degrees of changes in the exchange rate and prices following an initial shock of sharp depreciation of their...
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It is a well-established argument in the literature on international trade and investment that foreign direct investment flows contribute positively to the volume as well as product mix of trade of host countries. The European Continent has a long history of foreign investment in developing countries, particularly in Asia. On the contrary, foreign...

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