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  Volume 48, Number 3, Summer 2014

Table of Contents


Size and Liquidity Effects in Nigeria: An Industrial Sector Study

pp. 1-30

The Asymmetric Impact of Growth Fluctuation on Human Development: Evidence from Correlates of Growth Decelerations and Accelerations

pp. 31-45

Can there be Rural Development from Agglomeration Externalities & Household Efficiencies?: Lessons from a Field Study in India

pp. 47-63

Business Cycles in the Haitian Economy

pp. 65-75

A Higher Financial Premium Leads to the Depletion of Foreign Reserves?

pp. 77-93

Corruption, Poverty, and Economic Growth Relationship in the Nigerian Economy

pp. 95-107

The Effect of Financial Crisis on Hiring and Separation Rates: Evidence from Tunisian Labor Market

pp. 109-127

Psychological Tendencies in an Emerging Capital Market: A Study of Individual Investors in India

pp. 129-148

Labor Market Transitions and Social Security in Colombia

pp. 149-174

Does Higher Productivity and Efficiency Lead to Spillover?: Evidence from Indian Manufacturing

pp. 175-193

High-Tech Products Export Competitiveness, BRIC Countries in U.S Market: A Comparative Analysis

pp. 195-218

Foreign Direct Investment, Financial Development, and Economic Growth: A Cointegration Model

pp. 219-243

Does the Informal Sector Thrive Under Democracy or Autocracy?: The Case of Nepal

pp. 245-267

Do FDI and Public Investment Crowd in or Crowd out Private Domestic Investment in India

pp. 269-284

Is Domestic Stock Price Cointegrated with Exchange Rate and Foreign Stock Price?: Evidence from Malaysia

pp. 285-302

Risk, Profitability, and Competition: Evidence from the Chinese Banking Industry

pp. 303-319

Harnessing Remittances through Formal Channels for Development in Sub-Saharan Africa

pp. 321-337

Who Hires Foreign Domestic Workers?: Evidence from Lebanon

pp. 339-352

Trade and Labor Demand in an Emerging Market Economy: An Analysis for Indian Manufacturing During 1991–2010

pp. 353-379

Foreign Aid, Growth, and Poverty Relation: A Quantile Regression Approach

pp. 381-403

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