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Fiscal Decentralization and Economic Growth: A Nonlinear Model for Provinces of Iran

Ahmad Jafari Samimi, Saeed Karimi Petanlar, Gholamreza Keshavarz Haddad and Mohammad Alizadeh
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Saeed Karimi Petanlar: Assistant Professor of Economics, University of Mazandaran
Gholamreza Keshavarz Haddad: Associated Professor of Economics, Sharif University of Technology
Mohammad Alizadeh: Ph.D. Student of Economics, University of Mazandaran

Iranian Economic Review (IER), 2010, vol. 15, issue 2, 125-133

Abstract: Economists and policy-makers believe that the fiscal decentralization is an effective strategy to promote economic growth. This study intends to analyze the relationship between fiscal decentralization and economic growth in Iran, over the period of 2001-2007 across the 30 provinces of the country. A nonlinear fixed effect panel model is specified. The results show that fiscal decentralization has a positive effect on economic growth of Iran.

Keywords: Fiscal Decentralization (FD); Economic Growth; Nonlinear; Iran. (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2010
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