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SCIREA Journal of Economics — Open Access Journal

SCIREA Journal of Economics is an international, scientific peer-reviewed open access journal published online by SCIREA.

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Rapid publication: manuscripts are peer-reviewed and a first decision provided to authors approximately 20 days after submission; acceptance to publication is undertaken in 5 days.

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Wang Shu-feng, Ding Yang
Abstract: Combined with the border provinces economic and trade development is particularly urgent requirement to build regional free trade zone border, by analogy analysis, judgment and reasoning methods, analysis of Heilongjiang Province erc border provinces trade development problems and cause, tax policy and the characteristics o [...] Read more.
Abstract      ReferencesPDF (177 K)   August 31, 2019     25 Downloads    352 Views
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Peres M., C. J., Antão, M. A.
Abstract: Over the years, economy’s cyclicality and the Disaster Myopia problem, which, according to Vasconcelos (2017), Cornand and Gimet (2012, p. 301) consists of an excessive optimism about market conditions whereby economic agents tend to underestimate risk, have repeatedly brought to the forefront the harmful effects of “bankru [...] Read more.
Abstract      ReferencesPDF (270 K)   March 20, 2019     111 Downloads    681 Views
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Bil Mariana, Stepura Tetiana
Abstract: The article draws attention to the peculiarities of mutual influence of human development processes, development of human potential and population mobility. International ratings of Ukraine were assessed in terms of human development indicators since independence. The relationship between human development index, GDP per ca [...] Read more.
Abstract      ReferencesPDF (320 K)   January 27, 2018     93 Downloads    1190 Views
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Professor Hamza Khalilov
Abstract: This analysis empirically investigates long-term impact of oil boom on the dynamics of economic growth in Azerbaijan for the post-Soviet period. Although that, oil boom allowed the government maintain macroeconomic stability and positive GDP growth in cases of falls of hydrocarbon production, through having access to large- [...] Read more.
Abstract      ReferencesPDF (720 K)   January 27, 2018     147 Downloads    1199 Views
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OMEKWE, P.P
Abstract: Some select socio–economic variables of solid waste generation and management were investigated in the entire 20 wards of Port Harcourt Metropolis, Rivers State, Nigeria. This was done in order to gauge the effects of socio-economic factors such as income, size of the family, employment status, educational qualification, pa [...] Read more.
Abstract      ReferencesPDF (551 K)   April 25, 2017     89 Downloads    1098 Views
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Hejie ZHANG, Yaojun YANG
Abstract: Recent years have witnessed increasingly heavy pressure for China’s economy to recede which is an anxious phenomenon for global economists and statesmen. The paper has shed new light on that, firstly, it was the abnormal supernal macro tax burden that impeded equilibrium development of China’s economy, which further more ma [...] Read more.
Abstract      ReferencesPDF (335 K)   January 12, 2017     135 Downloads    1262 Views
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Chidi U. Ubani, Adeniyi M. Yusuff, Olusegun Adeteji Okutimiren, Ekanem Edem Udo Udo
Abstract: For the past three decades, oil has been a major source of revenue and energy for the Nigerian economy. Nigeria’s huge oil revenue has not satisfactorily impacted on the living conditions on majority of Nigerians. The “paradox of plenty” lends support to the “resource curse” doctrine that abundant natural resource endowment [...] Read more.
Abstract      ReferencesPDF (300 K)   December 26, 2016     111 Downloads    1209 Views
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Mahmoud Salari
Abstract: Financial anomalies are related to investors' ability to analyze financial statements and expected firms’ prices. A firm’s size is one of the main characteristics of each firm. This study shows investors of large firms respond quickly on the event day, while investors of smaller ones delay to response to new information. Th [...] Read more.
Abstract      ReferencesPDF (537 K)   December 26, 2016     136 Downloads    1208 Views
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