- POLICIES FOR ECONOMIC GROWTH. Solow, Robert M. // De Economist (0013-063X);Apr1992, Vol. 140 Issue 1, p1
Discusses the policies for economic growth. Observation on the increase of capital intensity; Arguments on the sustained productivity growth; Information on the economic growth theory of the 1950s and 1960s.
- COMPARISON OF THE EFFECTIVENESS OF INNOVATIVE STRATEGIES IMPLEMENTATION IN DIFFERENT COUNTRIES. Khaibulaieva, K. ?. // Economic Annals-XXI;2012, Issue 9/10, p42
The article is comparing and analyzing the features of innovative strategies that have been used and applied in various economic developments of countries. Also, it is paid attention to the research prospects of economic growth of countries in the application of a model to stimulate innovation.
- THE DUAL SECTOR MODEL OF ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT: A COMPARATIVE ANAYSIS OF MOLDOVA AND ROMANIA. HALL, SARAH // Indian Journal of Economics & Business;Mar2012, Vol. 11 Issue 1, p107
This paper examines W. Arthur Lewis's Dual Sector Model of Development. Lewis, a founder of Development Economies, has been one of its most significant contributors. This paper applies the Dual Sector Model to Moldova and Romania and explores the economic growth occurring in each country....
- TRUST, CORRUPTION, BRIBES AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT IN CENTRAL AND EASTERN EUROPEAN COUNTRIES. Voda, Ana Iolanda; Tiganas, Claudiu; Filipeanu, Dumitru // Centre for European Studies (CES) Working Papers;2013, Vol. 5 Issue 4, p654
The evolution of the Western world has drawn on theoretical structures of classical and neoclassical liberalism for its explanatory support and sources of inspiration for centuries. Against this ideological background, institutionalists aim at showing that growth is a process of transformation,...
- Set fair for change. // MEED: Middle East Economic Digest;8/13/2004, Vol. 48 Issue 33, p28
Examines the efforts of the Libyan government to develop its economy in 2004. Factors affecting the economy; Difficulty encountered by the government in quantifying rate of process; Economic indicators.
- Oil strength masks structural weaknesses. // Africa Monitor: North Africa Monitor;Mar2005, Vol. 10 Issue 3, p1
The article presents information on the economic growth and development in Algeria. The economy grew by 3.5% in 2004, after very strong growth of 6.7% in 2003, driven by strong hydrocarbon output and revenues, and sustained high levels of government expenditure. Higher levels of growth are...
- THE STOCK MARKET AS A LEADING INDICATOR IN A SMALL OPEN ECONOMY: AN APPLICATION OF GRANGER CAUSALITY. Pilinkus, Donatas; Boguslauskas, Vytautas // Economics & Management;2008, p630
The stock market has conventionally been viewed as a trustworthy tool to indicate economic processes. It is believed that large decreases in stock prices reflect a future recession, while large increases in stock prices suggest future economic growth. However, sceptics point out some...
- INNOVATIVE DEVELOPMENT AS AN ECONOMIC LAW OF THE MARKET MANAGEMENT SYSTEM. Turylo, Anatoliy M.; Zinchenko, Olena A.; Turylo, Anatoliy A. // Actual Problems of Economics / Aktual'ni Problemi EkonomÃ¬ki;2014, Vol. 153 Issue 3, p31
The article offers the authors' concept on determining the interrelation between competitiveness, innovative development and efficiency in the economic activities of an enterprise, and the law of innovative development is thus formulated. Its key positions are presented. The interrelation...
- THE IMPACTS OF TOURISM DEVELOPMENT ON THE LIBEREC REGION BORDER ZONE RESIDENTS. Syrovátková, Jaroslava // International Multidisciplinary Scientific Conference on Social ;2014, p637
The paper deals with the results of the research realized by the Faculty of Economy, Technical University of Liberec, at the end of 2013. The research explored the impacts of tourism development on the Liberec region residents. Respondents from the traditional areas of the Liberec region...