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The Relationship Between Economic Growth and Fossil Fuel Energy Consumption Growth in Net Energy-Importing Emerging Economies
(University of Missouri--Kansas City, 2017)
This dissertation investigates the relationship between economic growth and fossil fuel energy consumption through three interrelated chapters—each of which addresses a facet of the relationship. The first chapter ...
Toward a heterodox theory of the business enterprise: the Going Concern Model and the US computer industry
This dissertation applies heterodox concepts of the social construction and allocation of resources in the provisioning process; the organization of going concerns in societies that are themselves going concerns; and the ...
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 ...
Multifunctional Banking and Financial Fragility: What Should Banks Do?
This dissertation traces the evolution of the U.S. banking system since the 1980s with a specific focus on the role of the relaxation and eventual repeal of Glass-Steagall Act (GSA) on the stability of the financial ...
The Political Economy of Agriculture and the Social Economy of Local Sustainable Agriculture in Kansas City
(University of Missouri -- Kansas City, 2019)
This dissertation contributes to heterodox economics by presenting a unique heterodox economics approach, utilizing aspects of heterodox surplus approach, Post Keynesian, Institutional, feminist, and ecological economics. ...
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 ...