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Journal of Economic Science Research is an international open-access journal specializing in the field of economic science. The journal is focused on the interaction of the various economic agents, and their effects and input in the global economy.

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Vol 4, No 4 (2021)

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Yixuan Chen, Lingfeng Liu, Hao Liu , Yukun Sun

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Abstract: The ground-floor economy has a long history as a significant part of the informal economy. Due to the dependence on its own social status and relationship to the government’s political and economic objectives, it has developed precariously in recent years. In the face of post-epidemic problems, a...
Shuhong Peng

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Abstract: The Chinese sent-down movement between the mid 1950s to the late 1970s is a suffering period for Chinese sent-down youths. Using the treatment effect model and the ordered probit model, we examine the impact of sent-down experience on sent-down youths’ income and happiness based on the sample of ...
Hope Natukunda, Peter Nareeba, Sawuya Nakijoba

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Abstract: The empowerment of women is crucial for the development of a nation .This study is about women empowerment and household income in Kira Municipality of Uganda. The objectives were to establish the strategies of women empowerment, the effect of women empowerment on household income and the challen...
Ezebuilo Romanus Ukwueze, Uchenna Casmir Ugwu, Ogochukwu Anastasia Okafor

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Abstract: The linkage between quality of institutions and economic performance of nations has generated a lot of interest among scholars, due to their influence on development of many countries and effective use of resources including foreign aid from multilateral organizations. Two strands of theories eme...
Javier de Oña García Matres, Tuan Viet Le

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Abstract: This study investigates the impact of money supply on economic growth rate, inflation rate, exchange rate and real interest rate. We used a panel of 217 countries from 1960 to 2020 and four different models to address these questions. The empirical results support the quantity the...


Weining Li, Sirui Zhang, Weizhe Ou, Yujin Zhang

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Abstract: Compared with those major policies that need to be practiced over the years, the street stall economy is more like a special means after the epidemic, resulting in a “short and brilliant” heat. Nevertheless, the street stall economy revives is facing several dilemmas. This paper reveals the dilem...



What is the relationship between domestic saving, investment and economic growth?


Economic growth is defined as the increment in the inflation-adjusted market value of the goods and services produced by an economy in a particular time period. Economic growth represents the country’s socioeconomic wellbeing and quality of life in terms of financial value. This is an indicator to shows how the nation economically developed and stable. Generally, economic development or growth is measure as the percentage increase in the real gross domestic products (GDP). Economic deeds are interconnected with almost all the activities that human being performed and the economic theory is the central theory of development, politics, policy practicing, productions, distributions, consumptions, and many more theories existing and was practiced in the past as well. 

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