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This is a debate between two economists regarding the viability of
the distinction between normative and positive economics. It takes place between
the father of a student at Loyola University New Orleans (who is also a professional
economist), and the student’s instructor in introductory...
Research linking ethnic cleavages to economic underdevelopment is
a hallmark of recent efforts to explain economic growth. Similarly, the rule of law as a
credible commitment to property rights and contract enforcement is also identified
with economic development. Rather than treating these...
This paper examines the long-run relationship between carbon dioxide
emissions and economic growth in Kenya during the period 1980–2008. The study
incorporates energy consumption in the analysis as an intermittent variable – thereby
creating a trivariate model. Using the ARDL-Bounds testing...
This paper takes a look at the concept of sustainability. Darwin’s work
on reefs is re-examined pointing to the importance of co-dependence rather than
competition as the key to evolution. The concept of sustainability is then reconsidered
using this heuristic based on dependent origination....
Considerable research attention has focused on the potential negative
consequence of corruption, the possible economic effects of corruption, the political
and social consequences of corruption, and the effects of corruption on sustainable
economic development. The theory that I shall seek to...
In the present paper, we focus on the empirical relation between corporate
financial prosperity and the extent of corporate social initiatives, the growing
importance of CSR, the relationships between CSR and institutions, and the development
policy implications of CSR. We are specifically...
This paper seeks to fill a gap in the current literature by examining
integrity violations and their impact on consumers’ trusting beliefs and subsequent
intentions to switch, the potential competitive impact of blog posts, the positive relationship
among empathy, transportation, beliefs and...
This paper aims to analyze and discuss partisan voters as individuals
who tend to see what they want to see, partisan divergence in assessments of the
national economy, the effect of partisanship in economic perceptions, the link between
subjective evaluations of the economy and public opinion,...
Considerable research attention has focused on the meaning and
interpretation of corruption, citizens’ actual experience with corruption, individuallevel
determinants of perceptual corruption, and powerful predictors of the perception
of corruption. The aim of the present study is to examine and...
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