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The importance of return volatility forecasts in policy formation and investment decision-making in emerging countries is growing considerably. However, from an operational perspective, there is no consensus in the literature on which econometric model has the best forecasting performance. To...
The article examines the corruption–growth relationship in a non-linear framework using panel fixed effects (FE) and system generalized methods of moments (SGMM) model for over 110 countries for the period 1984–2009. The results reveal that the least corrupt countries enjoy higher growth rates,...
This article makes three basic contributions: (a) review an already existing measure of ‘inclusive growth’ derived from a measure of inclusiveness (an increase which is assumed to be associated with inclusive growth) and show that this is one among a class of an infinite number of possible...
This article surveys the current trend in international migration of labour, particularly from developing countries, with special emphasis on the welfare aspect of emigration on the remaining residents, and it also investigates the tension between brain drain and brain gain. It is evident from...
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