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Global & Strategis     Open Access   (Followers: 2)
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Critical Perspectives on International Business     Hybrid Journal   (Followers: 1)
Japanese Political Economy     Full-text available via subscription   (Followers: 1)
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Amnis     Open Access   (Followers: 1)
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International Economics and Economic Policy
Journal Prestige (SJR): 0.244
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Number of Followers: 7  
 
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  • Deflecting economic sanctions: do trade and political alliances
           matter'

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      Abstract: Abstract Success of economic sanctions hinges on their impact on sanctioned countries’ trade. This, in turn, depends on the sanctioned country’s opportunity to divert trade to a third party (a country not involved in sanctions). History is witness to third parties facilitating trade diversion, thus busting sanction. Nonetheless, literature does not present conclusive evidence on trade diversion or on motivation for busting sanctions. Therefore, in this paper, we address the following: What bearing do sanctions have on bilateral trade flows and trade diversion' Is diversion dependent on the political and trade alliance third-party shares with the sanctioned and/or the sanctioning countries' We estimate a structural gravity model for globally representative country-dyads, during 1990–2019, using inter-alia the Global Sanctions Database. We find that sanctions depress bilateral trade between sanctioned and sanctioning nations and cause trade diversion via third party. The existence of trade alliance between third party and country involved in sanction has an additional impact on trade diversion. Furthermore, a political alliance between third party and sanctioned country heightens trade between them. However, political alliance between third party and sanctioning country does not explain trade between them. Our findings offer insights into India’s trade relations with Russia, since 2022, when Russia was subject to US-led sanctions.
      PubDate: 2024-05-06
       
  • Inflation and inequality: new evidence from a dynamic panel threshold
           analysis

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      Abstract: Abstract This paper investigates nonlinearities in the inflation-inequality relationship using a dynamic threshold panel data model and data for 101 countries over the period 1985–2020. We find that inflation rates exceeding 6% are associated with higher income inequality whereas below this threshold, the correlation remains insignificant. From a monetary policy perspective, these findings suggest that a disinflation policy will likely lead to a more equal income distribution in high-inflation countries whereas there is no such effect in a low-inflation setting. In addition, we find that a higher initial level of inequality as well as unemployment has an inequality-enhancing effect. Contrary to previous research, our inflation threshold is endogenously determined, and we control for the Nickell bias arising from the inclusion of the lagged level of inequality. Moreover, our paper covers a much longer time period and also a broader set of developed and developing countries. Our findings have important policy implications, especially against the background of the recent sharp increase in inflation.
      PubDate: 2024-05-01
       
  • Imported inputs and firm productivity: does foreign ownership matter'

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      Abstract: Abstract This paper provides evidence on whether the relationship between imported inputs and productivity in Ethiopia depends on foreign ownership. The study uses a nationally representative firm-level unbalanced panel dataset for the period 1996–2016. Methodologically, this paper adopts two complementary empirical approaches: the Gandhi, Navarro, and Rivers (2020; henceforth GNR) two-step approach for estimating the gross output production function and the system GMM approach for estimating the gross output production function. Our results indicate that the use of imported inputs enhances productivity among manufacturing firms with foreign ownership. For domestically owned firms, the effect of imported inputs is relatively small and marginally significant. We thus find evidence that foreign-owned firms have a premium in terms of productivity gains from the use of imported inputs, compared to domestically owned firms. Our results suggest that reducing trade barriers for imported inputs will benefit foreign-owned firms more than domestically owned firms.
      PubDate: 2024-04-27
       
  • The business cycle in Brazil: identification via heteroskedasticity

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      Abstract: Abstract This article analyzes the Brazilian business cycle from Jan 2000 to February 2020 using a structural vector autoregression (SVAR) model. In Brazilian literature, articles aiming to obtain stylized facts using SVAR models adopt controversial identification hypotheses. The identification via heteroskedasticity emerges as an alternative, eliminating the need for such restrictions. Despite the limited sample size of Brazilian data, we exogenously select regimes with sufficient changes in the variance of the residuals over time. This allows us to identify a SVAR model via heteroskedasticity, as proposed by Brunnermeier et al. (Am Econ Rev 111(6):1845–79, 2021), using a different set of macro variables. The results from this approach are similar to those of a model identified via sign restrictions, providing support for the economic theory used by the latter to identify the shocks. The agnostic approach of identification via heteroskedasticity has enabled the identification of a new shock. We interpret it as a “pessimism” shock, particularly related to future expectations about economic activity.
      PubDate: 2024-04-22
       
  • Harmonizing renewable energy and economic growth in Sub-Saharan Africa:
           the transformative potential of ICT

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      Abstract: Abstract Despite the positive impact that renewable energy can offer its development is not necessarily and widely implemented by countries. It is against this backdrop this study investigates whether renewable energy contribute to economic growth in sub-Saharan Africa (SSA) between the periods 2005–2022. The study accounted for the role of information communication technology and globalization in stimulating economic growth. For empirical analysis, this study adopted Pooled Mean Group (PMG) Autoregressive Distributed Lag Model approach and other batteries of techniques for robustness testing. It was observed that both renewable energy and information communication technology (ICT) indicate a negative and significant impact on economic growth in the long run. The study further established a positive and significant impact of globalization and economic growth in the long run. This indicates the vital role of ICT and globalization in accelerating economic growth. In terms of policy suggestions, this study believes that infrastructural development, incentives among others could make renewable energy more affordable and attractive for private sector participation. There is also the need to provide research funding to develop home-produced technology to improve energy supply in the region, particularly in rural areas.
      PubDate: 2024-04-15
       
  • The dynamic interplay of foreign direct investment and education
           expenditure on Sub-Saharan Africa income inequality

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      Abstract: Abstract In Sub-Saharan Africa (SSA), income inequality persists as a multifaceted challenge influenced by various structural factors, including limited access to quality education, inclusive economic growth, rural development, good governance, and political stability. Education and foreign investments in the host country play a strong major role as a mobility factor that moves the population from intergenerational poverty in developing countries. Quality education attainment improves skill-biased labor market and unemployment through increases in public expenditure in neweducation and foreign investment flows. This study examined the interplay between education expenditure, foreign direct investment (FDI), and income inequality in a selected sample of 36 SSA countries from 1995 to 2021. We employ the bias-corrected method of moment (BCMM) estimator for dynamic panel data models. The findings revealed that foreign investment significantly reduces income inequality in the region. On the other hand, government expenditure on education is associated with an increase in income inequality. Moreover, enrollment in basic education impairs income disparity in the SSA region, whereas an increase in the labor share reduces inequality. Based on the results, we recommend policy that attracts more foreign investment and prioritizing education policies that enhance skills and increase the share of educated labor in the region. By adopting these measures, SSA countries can effectively mitigate income inequality and promote sustainable economic development.
      PubDate: 2024-04-08
       
  • Exploring the dynamics of the balance of payments problems: the case of
           Afghanistan

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      Abstract: Abstract This study analyzes the size, behavior, and responsible factors behind the balance of payments (BOP) problems in Afghanistan from 2004 to 2020. Since the impact of the real indicators on the BOP of Afghanistan still remains unexplored, this article comprehensively analyzes the primary responsible factors for the BOP problems in Afghanistan. First, a comprehensive critical analysis of the BOP and its components is performed. Second, the autoregressive distributed lag (ARDL) model is conducted to empirically scrutinize the influence of fiscal policy variables like government spending (GEX), tax on international trade (TIT), external debt (EXD), and GDP on the BOP. The empirical results revealed that GDP has a significantly positive impact on Afghanistan’s BOP in the long run, whereas the influence of GEX on the BOP is significantly negative. Furthermore, it was found that TIT and EXD have insignificant association with BOP. Although there is a meaningful convergence towards long-run equilibrium with an adjustment speed of 94.95% in each period, none of the covariates has a significant effect on the BOP in the short run. Furthermore, the Granger causality test exposed a bidirectional causality between GEX and BOP and a one-way causation from GDP to BOP. The study recommends structural changes in the economy to increase domestic production and improvements in the composition and direction of exports and imports, redirect government spending in favor of domestic producers, and source external debt with improved debt conditions.
      PubDate: 2024-04-03
      DOI: 10.1007/s10368-024-00613-z
       
  • The effect of remittances on the Indian economy

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      Abstract: Abstract The paper analyzes the effect of remittances on selected Indian macroeconomic variables, including output growth, inflation, exchange rate, stock returns, and the money supply. We further divide remittances into an increase and decrease in remittances to explore the asymmetric effect of remittances. Using a novel local projection method and quarterly data from 1997Q2 to 2019Q4, it is found that remittances have a significant and asymmetric effect on the Indian economy. The increase in remittances has an immediate effect, while the decrease in remittances has a delayed effect by around 6 to 8 quarters. The study concludes by arguing that not only the growth of remittances but also their asymmetric effect may be crucial for policy analysis.
      PubDate: 2024-03-28
      DOI: 10.1007/s10368-024-00611-1
       
  • You are uncertain and we are at stress! How does monetary policy
           uncertainty affect financial stress' The case of the US and G7

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      Abstract: Abstract The interconnectedness among global economies has led to the flourishing of trade, capital flows and technology. However, a growing literature in this area started monitoring the negative externalities associated with increasing levels of integration, focusing on the spillovers from the US economy. Using a pooled mean group estimator, we analyse the impact of monetary policy uncertainty (MPU) spillovers from the US on the financial stress of advanced economies. The results suggested that changes in the MPU of the US do affect the financial stress position of advanced economies. As a result of increased uncertainty, financial stress increases in the long run as the countries are based on similar fundamentals, and stress in one country could create a crisis-like condition in others. On the contrary, in the short-run, the advanced economies are in a temporarily better-off position as increased stress in the US opens up more capital inflow to these economies. The results are relevant to international macroeconomic policymakers and call for the need to keep domestic economies equipped under circumstances of unforeseen crisis. Timely policy interventions in advanced economies can help them in control sudden flow reversals, thereby protecting the domestic economy.
      PubDate: 2024-03-26
      DOI: 10.1007/s10368-024-00612-0
       
  • Correction: Multilateral comparative advantage: complex trade with many
           countries and goods

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      PubDate: 2024-03-22
      DOI: 10.1007/s10368-024-00610-2
       
  • Participation in global value chains (GVCs) and markups: firm evidence
           from six European countries

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      Abstract: Abstract We examine the relationship between firms’ participation in global value chains (GVCs) and price markups. Utilizing data from 14,316 firms across six European nations sourced from AMADEUS data linked to the EFIGE project, we observe significant diversity among countries and industries regarding firm-specific, time-varying markups. After mitigating sample selection bias through coarsened exact matching (CEM), we discover that firms involved in exporting produced-to-order goods and importing service and material inputs have a markup premium 3 and 4% higher than non-trading firms. Our findings remain robust to alternative definitions of GVC participation, different data matching techniques (propensity score matching), and different markup estimates. These results contribute to the limited but increasingly crucial literature on markup disparities, offering valuable insights for crafting industrial policies.
      PubDate: 2024-03-16
      DOI: 10.1007/s10368-024-00608-w
       
  • Spatial characteristics and dynamic modeling of informal economies

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      Abstract: Abstract This study identifies the factors that describe informal economies and summarizes them into indices measuring informality. We use data from 189 countries for the years 2015 and 2020. We carry out a factor analysis to identify the variables which structure informal economies and use the scores from a logistic regression to measure the degree of informality for each country. The results show that the degree of informality is related to the level of development. Thus, developing countries are generally those with the highest degree of informality while developed countries are generally characterized by a low level of informality. One of the important contributions of this paper is the method used to derive and then determine the depth of the informal economy in each country from the logistic regressions. Since the informal economy is not directly measurable, we first construct a binary variable named “prior informality.” It is this variable that will be used in the logistic regression to measure the magnitude of the informal economy in each country. Thus, we construct a synthetical indicator that takes into account all dimensions of the informal economy with their particularity depending on whether we are in developed countries, in middle-income countries, or in underdeveloped countries. Mathematically, the principal component analysis gives us the best graphical representations of informal economies according to their characteristics. Likewise, the study enables us to classify countries into groups according to the variables that determine informality and draw dynamic charts representing the countries according to their level of informality.
      PubDate: 2024-03-11
      DOI: 10.1007/s10368-024-00609-9
       
  • Correction: A systematic literature review of the implications of media on
           inflation expectations

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      PubDate: 2024-03-07
      DOI: 10.1007/s10368-024-00606-y
       
  • Oil price uncertainly and sovereign credit risk in GCC countries: fresh
           evidence

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      Abstract: Abstract Given the significant oil price changes during the past two decades, this paper examines the effect of oil price uncertainty on the sovereign credit risk of four Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) countries (United Arab Emirates, Qatar, Bahrain, and Saudi Arabia). By utilizing the nonparametric local linear dummy variable estimates (LLDVE), we unveil a significant effect of oil uncertainty on the credit risk mainly during the oil price crash of 2014–2015 and to a lesser extent during the early period of the COVID-19 pandemic. This effect, however, is heterogeneous across the GCC countries. Unlike previous studies, our study controls for structural shifts, nonlinearities, and long-term trends in the relationship between oil price uncertainty and credit risk. Our findings hold important policy implications for policymakers and investors.
      PubDate: 2024-02-27
      DOI: 10.1007/s10368-024-00607-x
       
  • An analysis of Indian FDI inflows through an augmented gravity model:
           exploring new insights

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      Abstract: Abstract Historically, India has been a great investment opportunity for foreigners. However, in the last several decades, the country has experienced a substantial increase in its foreign direct investment (FDI) owing to several reforms made by the government. This study analyzes the determining factors behind Indian FDI inflows from its top source countries using the augmented gravity model. The sample period of this study ranges from 2000 to 2019, thus providing an updated analysis regarding FDI inflows. To attain the objective of this paper, we employ several econometric techniques such as Poisson pseudo maximum likelihood (PPML), feasible generalized least square (FGLS), and Newey-West standard error models. The findings show that the source country’s per capita GDP is a negative determinant of FDI inflows in India from selected countries of the world. Moreover, FDI openness, gross fixed capital formation, and exports are found as the positive determinants of FDI inflows in India. The results imply that more export-oriented sectors can be identified for the selected nations, encouraging inflows. The country should look forward to incorporating new elements in old bilateral investment treaties as per the new conditions of the world economy.
      PubDate: 2024-02-22
      DOI: 10.1007/s10368-024-00594-z
       
  • Bilateral investment treaty, technological intensity, and international
           trade

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      Abstract: Abstract This paper examines the impact of bilateral investment treaties (BITs) and technological intensity on exports. It incorporates technological intensity and firm heterogeneity into a simplified static, partial equilibrium model, proposing that BITs increase the extensive margin of exports and have a greater impact in technologically underdeveloped sectors. The empirical analysis utilizes a comprehensive dataset covering 191 countries and 22 sectors, employing Poisson pseudo maximum likelihood (PPML) estimation with various fixed effects to estimate the gravity equations. It provides robust evidence that BITs primarily affect exports by increasing the extensive margin of exports. Furthermore, in sectors with the lowest average technological intensity, an additional BIT is estimated to increase the extensive margin by approximately \(18.6\mathrm{\%}\) , while in sectors with the highest average technological intensity, the increase is estimated to be only \(8.1\mathrm{\%}\) .
      PubDate: 2024-02-15
      DOI: 10.1007/s10368-024-00589-w
       
  • Do oil sanctions reduce Dutch disease phenomenon' A quasi-experimental
           approach evidence from Iran

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      Abstract: Abstract Economists have hypothesized that currency appreciation resulting from oil production in oil-rich countries can suppress the production of tradable goods, a phenomenon known as Dutch disease, often assessed using econometric models. This study leverages sanctions on Iranian oil exports, employing a quasi-experimental design with two distinct periods (1959–2020): one marked by sanctions (oil revenue recession) and the other by non-sanctions (oil revenue boom). The result shows a reversal of the Dutch disease effect during sanctions, leading to a real depreciation of the national currency and heightened production of tradable goods over non-tradable ones. The observed pattern of the real exchange rate aligns with Dutch disease dynamics, depreciating during sanctions and appreciating during non-sanction periods. Furthermore, the tradable sector exhibited increased share and real output growth compared to the non-tradable sector during the sanction period.
      PubDate: 2024-02-14
      DOI: 10.1007/s10368-024-00584-1
       
  • On the relationship between trade credit and export survival

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      Abstract: Abstract This paper investigates the effects of trade credit on export survival by using cross-country panel data with 41 countries from 1997 to 2014. The export survival rate is the ratio of the number of survivors to the entrants. Trade credit is defined as the net value received of the liabilities and claims arising from receiving or providing supplier credit and advance payment for transactions in goods and services. The empirical results indicate that net trade credit received by the exporters is positively associated with the possibility of export survival and that this effect is notably stronger for second- and third-year firms than for first-year entrants, for crisis and post-crisis periods compared with normal periods, and for cases where endogeneity problem is taken into account. These findings suggest that in order to enhance the sustainability of export flow, governments should employ policies to facilitate greater advance payment, especially during periods of financial distress.
      PubDate: 2024-02-09
      DOI: 10.1007/s10368-024-00592-1
       
  • Euro switch, economic growth, and property crimes in Europe

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      Abstract: Abstract We study the effect of euro adoption on various property crimes for a group of Eurozone countries with data from 1993 to 2019. We hypothesize euro adoption has a positive association with home burglaries and robberies as the euro is relatively more valuable and mobile than pre-euro currencies. We offer a simple theoretical model to motivate the hypothesis. A dynamic panel data model is estimated by generalized method of moments (GMM) to account for endogeneity, measurement error, heteroskedasticity, and serial correlation. Our results indicate some evidence of a positive relationship between euro adoption and property crimes. Other countries considering euro adoption may find the results of our study informative.
      PubDate: 2024-02-06
      DOI: 10.1007/s10368-024-00590-3
       
  • A systematic literature review of the implications of media on inflation
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      Abstract: Abstract Inflation expectations are critical in monetary economics. It could affect the policy outcome as economic agents’ responses to a monetary policy partially depend on the economic expectations. This systematic literature review discusses the impact of media on various aspects of inflation expectation, especially inflation forecasts and their errors, updating behaviour, and disagreement in inflation expectations. Using the PRISMA procedure on two academic databases from 2000 to February 2023, 65 journal articles were analysed. After discussing the research framework and research characteristics, the analysed papers are discussed from three perspectives: methodology, media measurement, and topic coverage. The findings suggest that these papers applied quantitative and qualitative analysis techniques, especially the former. Besides, different media sources have been collected, mostly from newspapers and surveys. Different data processing steps are applied to extract the related information for estimation from these sources. Next, the paper presented could be grouped into theoretical formation and empirical evidence of different media perspectives’ influence on inflation expectation. The empirical studies have offered mixed empirical evidence on the implications of media. This paper ends with six recommendations for future research.
      PubDate: 2024-02-02
      DOI: 10.1007/s10368-024-00591-2
       
 
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