The Developmental Role of the Pharmaceutical Industries in Jordan during the Period (1994-2014)
Khaled Abu Aliqah () and
Talal Bataineh ()
International Journal of Academic Research in Accounting, Finance and Management Sciences, 2017, vol. 7, issue 2, 83-90
The study dealt with the developmental role of the pharmaceutical industries in Jordan through showing their impact extent on Gross Domestic Product (GDP).The study used the descriptive analytical method, a measurement model was designed by the researchers and data analysis was performed through the use of an appropriate statistical method for this study. The results showed the existence of a positive and strong relationship between the study variables (independent variables) and GDP (dependent variables). The study came up with a set of recommendations, giving the pharmaceutical sector much more significance, being among the most prominent and pioneering sectors in Jordan due to the role it plays in increasing the export bill of Jordan in addition to alleviate the two major problems in Jordan, poverty and unemployment.
Keywords: GDP; Added Value; Pharmaceutical Industries; Jordan (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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