Progress in Economics Research. Volume 50

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Albert Tavidze (Editor)

Series: Progress in Economics Research
BISAC: BUS092000

This volume contains eight selected chapters covering progress in economics research. Chapter One is an investigation into the quantitative importance of oil price on aggregate economic activity in the UK. Chapter Two is an analysis of naturally occurring patterns of growth in asset management based off of theoretical mathematical models. Chapter Three analyzes new global challenges stemming from the digitalization of the economy. Chapter Four examines quantitative effects of the Reagannomics taxation program. Chapter Five looks to progress in general equilibrium modeling of involuntary unemployment through the case of Diamond-Type OLG models. Chapter Six reviews military expenditure and growth in OECD countries. Chapter Seven examines Lithuanian armaments acquisition. Chapter Eight looks at the case of Bulgaria from 1999-2020 through the lens of a monetary business-cycle model.

Table of Contents

Preface

Chapter 1. An Investigation into the Quantitative Importance of Oil Price on Aggregate Economic Activity in the UK
Oliver Bell and Aleksandar Vasilev
University of Lincoln, Lincoln, UK

Chapter 2. Nature’s Growth Pattern in Asset Management
G. Cziraki, PhD
Institute of Finance and Accounting, University of Sopron, Sopron, Hungary

Chapter 3. Digitalization of the Economy: New Global Challenges
А. Khachaturyan
Russian Academy of National Economy and Public Administration under the President of Russia

Chapter 4. The Quantitative Effects of the Reaganomics Taxation Program: Computational Experiments Based on a Dynamic General Equilibrium Model
Matthew Towers¹, and Aleksandar Vasilev²
¹Independent Researcher, Lincoln, UK
²Senior Lecturer, Accountancy Finance and Economics Department, Lincoln International Business School, University of Lincoln, UK

Chapter 5. Progress in General Equilibrium Modeling of Involuntary Unemployment: The Case of Diamond-Type OLG Models
Karl Farmer
University of Graz, Graz, Austria University Cluj-Napoca, Cluj-Napoca, Romania

Chapter 6. Military Expenditure and Economic Growth: Evidence from a Panel Data Analysis of OECD Countries
Myles Heptonstall and Aleksandar Vasilev
University of Lincoln, Lincoln, UK

Chapter 7. Lithuanian Armaments Acquisition vis-à-vis Germans Leading eFP Mission
Donatas Palavenis
The Baltic Institute of Advanced Technology (BPTI), Vilnius, Lithuania

Chapter 8. A Monetary Business-Cycle Model with a Transaction-Cost Feature and a Government Sector: The Case of Bulgaria (1999-2020)
Aleksandar Vasilev
Senior Lecturer, Accountancy Finance and Economics Department, Lincoln International Business School, University of Lincoln, UK

Index

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