Eghbalnia, Yeganeh (2006): Natural Resource Curse: Special Experience Of The Persian Gulf States.
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This paper attempts to study precisely the natural resource (oil& gas reserves) effect on economic development profile in Persian Gulf region. Health, education and political economic variables in these countries have been tested empirically as to what extent has been influenced by oil wealth. First, we will test if economic growth and development is positively changing with more level of oil and gas reserves in cross-country dataset. Second, we try to chase the oil revenue footprints by comparing development and political indicators in Persian Gulf with comparison of different subcategories of countries with non-linear correlation method. The main finding of this paper is that there is positive economic development pattern based on good performance in health and education variables in Persian Gulf countries but the sustainability of this development is a good issue to consider due to the high dependency of oil economies to a volatile source: “oil”
|Item Type:||MPRA Paper|
|Original Title:||Natural Resource Curse: Special Experience Of The Persian Gulf States|
|Keywords:||natural resource curse, oil abundant economies, growth, development, sustainable development, Human Development Index, Persian Gulf|
|Subjects:||Q - Agricultural and Natural Resource Economics ; Environmental and Ecological Economics > Q3 - Nonrenewable Resources and Conservation > Q32 - Exhaustible Resources and Economic Development|
|Depositing User:||Yeganeh Eghbalnia|
|Date Deposited:||26. Apr 2010 06:20|
|Last Modified:||31. Dec 2015 00:19|
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