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Country Risk: A Theoretical and Empirical Analysis with Special Reference to Northern African Economies

Parvesh K. Chopra, International Centre for Development and Performance Management (ICDPM), Leeds, United Kingdom

Volume 68 - Issue 1, February 2015
(pp-81-138)

State Transitions for the Middle East and North Africa Region: A Structural Assessment Using the Country Indicators for Foreign Policy Framework

David Carment, Centre for Global Cooperation Research, Duisburg, Germany

Volume 68 - Issue 1, February 2015
(pp-57-80)

A Growth Model for Europe in the World

Innocenzo Cipolletta, President of USB Italia SIM and University of Trent

Volume 68 - Issue 1, February 2015
(pp-47-56)

A Link of Unemployment Rate between Taiwan and the United States

Tsai-Lun Cho, Department of Mobile Technology, Toko University, Taiwan / Department of Information Management, Chung Yuan Christian University, Taiwan

Volume 72 - Issue 3, August 2019
(pp-313-320)

The Voter Turnout/Relative Unemployment Rate Hypothesis

Richard J. Cebula, Davis College of Business, Jacksonville University, Jacksonville, Florida, USA

Volume 72 - Issue 3, August 2019
(pp-255-280)

An Empirical Analysis for the US of the Effects of Government Budget Deficits on the ex ante Real Interest Rate Yields on Thirty-Year and Twenty-Year Treasury Bonds

Richard J. Cebula, Davis College of Business, Jacksonville University, Jacksonville, Florida, USA

Volume 72 - Issue 2, May 2019
(pp-231-252)

Does Weak Macroeconomic Performance Affect Voter Turnout? An Analysis Accounting for the 'Joshua Generation Effect'

Richard J. Cebula, Davis College of Business, Jacksonville University, Jacksonville, Florida, USA

Volume 71 - Issue 1, February 2018
(pp-9-28)

How much Inequality is Harmful for Growth? The Growth Maximizing Rate of Inequality in the Context of the Mexican Economy

Jorge Charles-Coll, Universidad Autonoma de Tamaulipas, Victoria, Mexico

Volume 70 - Issue 3, August 2017
(pp-301-318)

Factors Influencing Inter-regional Living-Cost Differentials: Panel Data Analysis for the Case of the U.S.

Richard J. Cebula, Davis College of Business, Jacksonville University, Jacksonville, Florida, USA

Volume 70 - Issue 3, August 2017
(pp-281-300)

The Effect of Labor Market Freedom and other Factors on U.S. Settlement Pattern Decisions of Undocumented Immigrants, 2012 and 2014

Richard J. Cebula, Davis College of Business, Jacksonville University, Jacksonville, Florida, USA

Volume 70 - Issue 2, May 2017
(pp-133-152)

What Drives Long-Run Economic Growth? Empirical Evidence from South Africa

Themba Chirwa, Department of Economics, University of South Africa, Pretoria, South Africa

Volume 69 - Issue 4, October 2016
(pp-429-456)

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of the Genoa Chamber of Commerce


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