Economics-Exchange Rate and Trade Balance: J-curve Effect

DOI: 10.2298/PAN1001023P Original scientific paper Pavle Petrović Faculty of Economics, University of Belgrade, Serbia Exchange Rate and Trade Balance: J-curve Effect Summary: This paper shows that exchange rate depreciation in Serbia improves trade balance in the long run, while giving rise to a J-curve effect in the short run. These results add to the already

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Economics-ESTIMATING THE LONG RUN EFFECTS OF EXCHANGE RATE DEVALUATION ON THE TRADE BALANCE OF NIGERIA

ESTIMATING THE LONG RUN EFFECTS OF EXCHANGE RATE DEVALUATION ON THE TRADE BALANCE OF NIGERIA Department of Economics, Covenant University, Ota, Ogun State, Nigeria Abstract This paper attempts an empirical investigation of the impact of currency devaluation on Nigeria trade balance using the Johansen cointegration and variance decomposition analyses from 1970-2010; whether exchange rate devaluation

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Economics-Testing the Marshall Lerner Condition Bilateral Trade Balance between Iran and China

International Academic Journal of Business Management International Academic Journal of Business Management Vol. 3, No. 2, 2016, pp. 13-23. ISSN 2454-2768 13 www.iaiest.com International Academic Institute for Science and Technology Testing the Marshall Lerner Condition Bilateral Trade Balance between Iran and China Erfan Memariana , Mahbobeh Ghorbannejad Shaneib a Corresponding Author, Department of Business Management,

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Economics-Mexico’s Trade Flows in the NAFTA era: Evidence on the Marshall-Lerner condition from a VEC-GARCH approach

Abstract This paper evaluates the Marshall-Lerner condition in Mexico during the NAFTA era, using monthly data over 1994-2014. Our contribution is twofold. First, we model volatility in the net trade function by using a vector error-correction model with auto regressive conditional heteroskedasticity (VEC-GARCH). Second, we test the Marshall-Lerner condition explicitly and examine its robustness. The

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Topic: Bilology-Homework2 – biology

Question 1 Can a person lose his or her sight as a direct consequence of a spinal cord injury? If so, which set of vertebrae (cervical, thoracic, lumbar) are more likely to be have been injured?     Question 2 List at least one activity that a person with a complete spinal cord injury would

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Topic: Management-Strategic Planning

Read the case study below, and answer the question<br>(This case study is adapted from a Supplemental Case in Chapter 2 of your textbook.) <br><br>Ms. K. is an assistant manager for an AutoServe service center in Boomtown, Colorado. Boomtown sits in the middle of a huge, newly developed coal field and a great deal of oil

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Topic: information security in big data

Information Security in Big Data: Data Privacy     ABSTRACT- The era of “big data” has introduced an abundance of chances to propel science, enhance medicinal services, advance economic development, change our educational system, and make new types of social cooperation and entertainment. However these opportunities bring with them expanding challenges related to data security

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Topic: Liability in Contract & Tort; sample contract document

LETTER OF INTENT   [Date] ______[Title and Name]__________ ______[Address]________________ ______________________________ ______________________________ Dear _____________: This letter confirms your and our mutual intentions with respect to the potential transaction described herein between ___________ (“Buyer”) and _______________ (“Seller”).  This document, in and of itself, does not represent an enforceable legal contract. Terms. The principal terms of the proposed

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