Progress in Economics Research. Volume 36

Albert Tavidze (Editor)

Series: Progress in Economics Research
BISAC: BUS069000

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In this next volume of Progress in Economics Research, chapters discuss the harmfulness of excessive public debt levels in a zero level bound framework; the implications of the Great Recession for scenario forecasting of home prices; Amartya Sen’s socio-economic analysis of famines; gender wage gaps from a social perspective; theories and recent developments about the economic and social impact of transport; coherence in policies for providing and regulating global public goods; the perceptions of Gold Coast locals regarding the proposed cruise ship terminal; tourism strategies for rural economic prosperity; and long-term challenges and opportunities in global competition in the automotive industry.
(Imprint: Nova)

Preface

Chapter 1. On the Harmfulness of Excessive Public Debt Levels in a Zero Lower Bound Framework
Séverine Menguy, Université Paris Descartes, Sorbonne Paris Cité Paris, France)

Chapter 2. Scenario Forecasting after the Great Recession
Camilo Sarmiento, Office of Risk Management, International Development Bank, Washington, DC, USA)

Chapter 3. Amartya Sen’s Socio-Economic Analysis of Famines: An Overview of the Entitlement Approach
Matthieu Clément, GREThA (CNRS), University of Bordeaux, France)

Chapter 4. Gender Wage Gap from a Social Perspective – Towards Socio Economic Re-Evolution through Mainstreaming Pay Policy: The Case of Cyprus
M. Staboulis, D. Panagiotopoulou and M. A. Matthaiou, Department of Educational and Social Policy, University of Macedonia, Thessaloniki, Greece, and others)

Chapter 5. The Contribution of Transportation on Socioeconomic Development
Saúl Antonio and Obregón-Biosca, Facultad de Ingeniería, Universidad Autónoma de Querétaro, Querétaro, México)

Chapter 6. Coherence in Policies for Providing and Regulating Global Public Goods
Susana Herrero Olarte, Director, Center for Economic Research (CIE), School of Economic and Business Sciences (FACEA), University of the Americas (UDLA), Quito, Ecuador)

Chapter 7. Perceptions of Gold Coast Locals Regarding the Proposed Cruise Ship Terminal
Jodie Wood, Robert Nash and Paul Stansbie, Bond University, Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia, and others)

Chapter 8. Tourism Strategies for Rural Economic Prosperity (Case Study: Iran)
Neda Torabi Farsani, Zahed Shafiei and Babak Saffari, Department of Museum and Tourism, Art University of Isfahan, Isfahan, Iran, and others)

Chapter 9. Big Data in the Automotive Industry: Long-Term Challenges and Opportunities in Global Competition
Alexandra Schulte, Financial Department, AUDI AG, Ingolstadt – Germany)

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