Journal of
Economics and International Finance

  • Abbreviation: J. Econ. Int. Finance
  • Language: English
  • ISSN: 2006-9812
  • DOI: 10.5897/JEIF
  • Start Year: 2009
  • Published Articles: 333

Gender differences in urbanization willingness: Evidence from Henan, China

January-March 2021 - Vol 13 Num. 1

In this work, Henan is taken as a typical study area to assess the level of gender differences of urbanization willingness in China; Henan population structure is a small representation of the whole country. Using data of Henan migrant workers' citizenization research in 2017, the evaluation index system of Henan...

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Analysing the use of electronic payments in Trinidad and Tobago

January-March 2021

Michelle Salandy

Institutional factors of inclusive growth: Evidence from Côte d’ivoire

January-March 2021

Wilfried Catin Botchuin

Multidimensional measures of deprivation in Tunisia

January-March 2021

Oula Ben Hassine and Mohsen Sghairi

Capital structure, credit risk management and financial performance of microfinance institutions in Uganda

January-March 2021

Geresem Orichom and Michael Omeke

Financial inclusion: Is it a precursor to agricultural commercialization amongst smallholder farmers in Uganda? A comparative analysis between Lango and Buganda sub-regions

January-March 2021

Marus Eton, Fabian Mwosi, Mary Ejang and Sammy Godfrey Poro

December, 2013

Working capital management and profitability: Evidence from Ghanaian listed manufacturing firms

Richard Kofi Akoto, Dadson Awunyo-Vitor and Peter Lawer Angmor

November, 2013

Association between foreign capital inflow and macroeconomic factors: Evidence from Nigeria

Etumudon Ndidi Asien and Victor Oriavwote

October, 2013

Health care expenditure, health status and national productivity in Nigeria (1999-2012)

Mathias Agri Eneji ,  Dickson Vonke Juliana and Bisong John Onabe

November, 2013

The impact of financial inclusion on monetary policy in Nigeria

Mbutor O. Mbutor and Ibrahim A. Uba

October, 2013

Finance and economic growth nexus: Complementarity and substitutability between the banking sector and financial markets in Africa, using South Africa as a case1

Forget M. Kapingura

October 2009

Wheat risk diversification in North Khorasan province: A risk profile analysis

Mohammad Ghorbani and Fatemeh Jafari

September 2010

Estimating the growth-maximizing tax rate for Cote d’Ivoire: Evidence and implications

Yaya Keho

January 2010

Wagner’s law in Pakistan: Another look

Mohammad Afzal and Qaisar Abbas

July 2009

Does energy consumption contribute to economic performance? Empirical evidence from Nigeria

Gbadebo, Olusegun Odularu and Chinedu Okonkwo

January-March 2021

Socio-economic factors determining rural households’ access to credit and amount of loan utilization for proposed action: The case of Omo Micro Finance

Biruk Jagiso Fonke