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  Volume 47, Number 2, Fall 2013

Table of Contents

Government Economic Intervention and Corruption

pp. 1-15
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Do Fiscal Incentives Promote Investment?: Empirical Evidence from Nigeria

pp. 17-35
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How Can Bank Reforms Assuage Socioeconomic Ordeals in Emerging Economies?: Lessons for Egypt from the Turkish Experience

pp. 37-59
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Does Financial Development Hold the Key to Economic Growth?: The Case Of Sub-Saharan Africa

pp. 61-79
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Empirical Link Between Economic Growth, Energy Consumption and CO2 Emission in Australia

pp. 81-92
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A Demand for Cuban Tobacco Exports

pp. 93-107
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Multidimensional Poverty and Child Well-Being in Kenya

pp. 109-137
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Regional and Environmental Classifications of the 27 EU Countries

pp. 139-157
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The Impact of Teenage Childbearing on Educational Outcomes

pp. 159-174
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Financial Liberalization and Demand for Money: A Case of Pakistan

pp. 175-198
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Do African Immigrants Enhance Their Home Nations’ Trade With Their Hosts?

pp. 199-228
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The Development Process of Rural Informal Industries in Developing Countries: The Case of Bangladesh

pp. 229-249
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Technological Diffusion Via Foreign Direct Investment: An Alternative Measurement

pp. 251-275
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Determinants of Economic Growth in Ghana: Parametric and Nonparametric Investigations

pp. 277-301
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Trade Globalization, Financial Globalization and Inequality Within South-East Europe and CIS Countries

pp. 303-317
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On the Implications of Trade Openness, Foreign Aid and Democracy for Wagner’s Law in Developing Countries: Panel Data Evidence from West African Monetary Zone (WAMZ)

pp. 319-339
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Sub-Contracting and Efficiency of The Informal Sector In India

pp. 341-361
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Monetary Policy Shocks, Output and Prices in South Africa: A Test of Policy Irrelevance Proposition

pp. 363-386
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Trade Liberalization and Import-Demand Behavior in Bangladesh, 1974–2008

pp. 387-416
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The New Female Migrants: Do They Send More Money Home? A Case Study for Mexican Immigrants in the Houston Area

pp. 417-428
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