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Monetary Policies for Full Employment and Price Stability in Saudi Arabia: An Endogenous Money Approach
(University of Missouri--Kansas City, 2017)
Despite being a relatively young and prosperous country, Saudi Arabia has recently suffered from substantial rises in unemployment. This dissertation thus examines the root causes for the rise in unemployment and limited ...
Exchange Rate Policy In Development Theories: To Fix Or To Float In The Case Of Nepal
Nepalese currency is pegged with Indian currency since 1960s. Three basic characteristics of Nepal-India relations have gone into the process of adjustment of exchange rates (a) high trade openness with India, (b) high ...
A Theory of Consumer Fraud in Market Economies
(University of Missouri--Kansas City, 2018)
Of the many forms of human behavior, perhaps none more than those of force and fraud have caused so much harm in both social and ecological environments. In spite of this, neither shows signs of weakening given their ...
An Original Institutionalist Approach to the Structure, Conduct, and Performance of the Pharmaceutical Industry: The Importance of Intangible Assets
This dissertation presents an examination of the pharmaceutical industry with a primary focus on the importance of intangible assets from the original institutional economics perspective. This is done in three main ...
The Financialization of the Business Enterprise
This dissertation focuses on the theoretical and empirical causes and consequences of the financialization of the business enterprise. The first chapter argues that the transition from the Post-War SSA to the Contemporary ...
Development Theory and the Cold War: A Historical Analysis of Latin American Structuralism from 1930 to 1970
Latin America has experimented with two different development strategies over the last two centuries. First, and currently, an “outward-oriented” program based on exports of primary commodities. Alternatively, for a few ...