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Oil Revenue Uncertainty, Sanctions and the Volatility of Macroeconomic Variables

Gholamreza Keshavarz Haddad; Esmaiel Abounoori; Tahereh Jahani

Volume 25, Issue 82 , April 2020, , Pages 1-42

https://doi.org/10.22054/ijer.2020.11906

Abstract
  The IMF reports that, over 60% of foreign trade income and 40% of government revenue of Iran comes from the oil and gas sectors, which has always been a source of volatilities in the economy. The imposed sanctions on the Iranian economy also influence economic activities by reducing currency earnings ...  Read More

Parental Bargaining Power and Child’s Time Allocation among Iranian Households

Gholam Reza K. Haddad; Shahla Ojaghi

Volume 19, Issue 60 , October 2014, , Pages 67-99

Abstract
  This article intends to examine the time allocation of children among Iranian households. It is well established that parents have different attitudes towards male and female children’s wellbeing. By making use of mother’s bargaining power and households’ expenditures and income survey ...  Read More

Females’ intra-household Bargaining Power and Fertility in Iran

Gholam Reza K. Haddad; Mahboobeh Kabiri-Renani

Volume 18, Issue 57 , February 2014, , Pages 97-124

Abstract
  This research investigates demand for child among Iranian urban households in an intra-household bargaining decision process. Using Household’s Expenditures Survey of Iran(2008), a count regression technique which takes into account the over-dispersion and under-dispersion characteristic of Poisson ...  Read More

Gender Wage Gap in Iran: Urban Areas

Gholamreza Keshavarz Haddad; Arash Alavian Ghavanini

Volume 17, Issue 53 , February 2013, , Pages 101-133

Abstract
  In the recent years, females’ literacy rate has experienced a drastic improvement in Iran; accordingly a remarkable increase in their participation rate is reasonably expected. Education is considered as  one of driving forces of females’ presence in the labor market; however they  ...  Read More

Volatility and Return Transmission among Cement Industry Stock Prices: an Application of Multivariate FIGARCH Modeling in High Frequency Financial time Series

Gholamreza Keshavarz Haddad; Seyed Babak Ebrahimi; Akbar Jafar Abadi

Volume 16, Issue 47 , July 2011, , Pages 129-162

Abstract
  Long memory in asset returns and volatilities is a new research area, both in theoretical and empirical modeling of high frequent financial time series. The most popular techniques of time series modeling with long memory is the ARFIMA-FIGARCH, but this fractionality in the integration of time series ...  Read More

Herding Behavior among Institutional Investors in Tehran Stock Exchange

Gholamreza Keshavarz Haddad; Mohammad Rezaei

Volume 15, Issue 45 , February 2011, , Pages 103-137

Abstract
  this paper following Lakonishok (1992) and Sias (2004), we examine the presence of herding behavior among active institutional investors, test the presence of momentum strategy (as a determiner of herding behavior) and the correlation between herding behavior and weekly, monthly and quarterly stock return, ...  Read More

The Inflation-hedging Effectiveness of Land, Gold and Stock in Iran

Gholamreza Keshavarz Haddad; MohamadReza Satari

Volume 15, Issue 44 , October 2010, , Pages 135-171

Abstract
  Following the fisher’s hypothesis about the relationship between asset returns and inflation, numerous studies have tried to test the hypothesis with various data sets. Contradiction in the findings resulted to the proxy hypothesis of Fama (1981). In present article, survey the theoretical and ...  Read More

An Evaluation of Distortionary Effects of Evaluation of Gasoline Price Stabilization in a Computable General Equilibrium Framework

Gholamreza Keshavarz Haddad; Hamed Mortezazadeh

Volume 14, Issue 42 , April 2010, , Pages 25-53

Abstract
  Decreasing trend of gasoline real price accompanied with economic growth and increasing number of automobiles have resulted in  high consumption of gasoline in Iran.  The average growth rate of hidden subsidies in the recent years is amounted 8.5 percent, and  the size of gasoline subsidies ...  Read More

Estimation of Residential and Commercial Demand for Natural Gas in Iran Using the Structural Time Series Model

Gholamreza Keshavarz Haddad; Mohammad Mirbagheri jam

Volume 9, Issue 32 , October 2007, , Pages 137-160

Abstract
  The residential and commercial sectors are the main consumers of natural gas in Iran. The demand for natural gas in these sectors is on its peak in the cold seasons for the heating. In addition to changes in temperature, which is the main determinant of demand fluctuation in energy, other factors such ...  Read More

Importance of Financial Sectors in the Iranian Economy; An Analytical Appraisal of Shutting Down Effects of Financial Industries on Output and Employment

Gholamreza Keshavarz Haddad

Volume 6, Issue 21 , February 2005, , Pages 115-133

Abstract
  In this Paper financial services in the Iranian economy, which is portioned into 41 industries, is considered as a sector with a Leontief production function. Financial Sectors, buy inputs from other sectors, and provide services to expedite the cash fellows and risk transformation for other sectors. ...  Read More

Appraisal of Job Creation Potentials in Iranian Economic Sectors

Gholamreza Keshavarz Haddad

Volume 6, Issue 18 , April 2004, , Pages 39-56

Abstract
  Creating job opportunities for job seekers, who experience a growth of  more than half a million per year, has become a crucial problem for Iranian policy makers. Estimations depict that on average the growth rate of labor will amount to 3.3 percent during 1381-1385. Also, continuation of current ...  Read More