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: 346

Table of Content: July-September 2021; 13(3)

July 2021

Stock returns, inflation and interest rate In Nigeria

The generalized Fisher effect has attracted a great deal of controversy around the world. This is similar in the Nigerian scenario as study established that there exist no long-run relationship between stock returns and inflation while some studies reported that only a unidirectional causation of returns on stocks with money flow exist as the variation in the flow of money will alter returns on stocks significantly, but...

Author(s): Ogbebor, Peter Ifeanyi, Awonuga Adesola, Oyamendan Nathaniel, and Oamen Gregory

July 2021

The economic impact of unemployment and inflation on output growth in South Africa

Unemployment is not only pertinacious to output growth, but it has other social costs. As economies seek to develop through elimination of inequalities, alleviating poverty and ensuring output growth, inflation and unemployment stand as scarecrows to investors. This research aims to evaluate the economic effects of unemployment and inflation on output growth in South Africa. An ARDL model was employed to estimate...

Author(s): Leward Jeke and Lazarus Zungwe Wanjuu

July 2021

Impact of globalization on work ethics: A review of existing literature

Globalization as a concept surpasses a mere openness to symbiotic economic relationship. Globalization refers to the level of openness and positive attitude towards the products, values and ideologies of other people and cultures. The study reviews existing literature on the impact of globalization on work ethics across the globe and tries to observe possible trends of convergence of work ethics among several countries....

Author(s): Japhet Imhanzenobe

July 2021

An econometric analysis: Is there an optimal external debt threshold for Guinea?

This study aimed to determine the threshold level of public external debt-to-GDP ratio for Guinea and compared it with the current evolution of public debt. The authors used an autoregressive distributed lag (ARDL) approach to test the hypothesis of long-term relationship among the variables of interest and the data used ranged from 1990 to 2018. The results revealed that External debt-to-GDP ratio and per capita GDP...

Author(s): Abdoul Aziz Diallo and Felix Fofana NZue,