Aamer Abu-Qarn
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Government expenditures, military spending and economic growth: causality evidence from Egypt, Israel, and Syria
S Abu-Bader, AS Abu-Qarn
Journal of policy modeling 25 (6-7), 567-583, 2003
Financial development and economic growth: empirical evidence from six MENA countries
S Abu‐Bader, AS Abu‐Qarn
Review of Development economics 12 (4), 803-817, 2008
Financial development and economic growth: The Egyptian experience
S Abu-Bader, AS Abu-Qarn
Journal of Policy Modeling 30 (5), 887-898, 2008
Sources of growth revisited: evidence from selected MENA countries
AS Abu-Qarn, S Abu-Bader
World Development 35 (5), 752-771, 2007
The validity of the ELG hypothesis in the MENA region: cointegration and error correction model analysis
AS Abu-Qarn, S Abu-Bader
Applied Economics 36 (15), 1685-1695, 2004
Financial development and economic growth: time series evidence from Egypt
S Abu-Bader, A Abu-Qarn
Department of Economics, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev 30, 887-898, 2005
On the optimality of a GCC monetary union: structural VAR, common trends, and common cycles evidence
AS Abu‐Qarn, S Abu‐Bader
World Economy 31 (5), 612-630, 2008
The demand for military spending in Egypt
YM Abdelfattah, AS Abu-Qarn, JP Dunne, S Zaher
Defence and Peace Economics 25 (3), 231-245, 2014
The defence–growth nexus revisited: Evidence from the Israeli–Arab conflict
AS Abu‐qarn
Defence and Peace Economics 21 (4), 291-300, 2010
Export-led growth: empirical evidence from the MENA region
AS Abu-Qarn, S Abubader
Ben Gurion University Monaster Center for Economic Research, 1-34, 2001
The cycle of violence in the Second Intifada: Causality in nonlinear vector autoregressive models
M Asali, AS Abu‐Qarn, M Beenstock
Journal of Applied Econometrics 32 (6), 1197-1205, 2017
On the dynamics of the Israeli–Arab arms race
AS Abu-Qarn, S Abu-Bader
The Quarterly Review of Economics and Finance 49 (3), 931-943, 2009
Government Expenditures
S Abu-Bader, AS Abu-Qarn
Military Spending and Economic Growth, 2003
Structural breaks in military expenditures: Evidence for Egypt, Israel, Jordan and Syria
AS Abu-Qarn, S Abu-Bader
Peace Economics, Peace Science and Public Policy 14 (1), 39-61, 2008
Can greater access to secondary health care decrease health inequality? Evidence from bus line introduction to Arab towns in Israel
A Abu-Qarn, S Lichtman-Sadot
Economic Modelling 106, 105695, 2022
Getting income shares right: A panel data investigation for countries of the OECD
AS Abu-Qarn, S Abu-Bader
Economic Development Quarterly 23 (3), 254-266, 2009
Trade liberalization or oil shocks: Which better explains structural breaks in international trade ratios?
S Abu‐Bader, AS Abu‐Qarn
Review of International Economics 18 (2), 250-264, 2010
The trade‐off between work and education: evidence from public transportation penetration to Arab towns in Israel
A Abu‐Qarn, S Lichtman‐Sadot
Journal of Policy Analysis and Management 41 (1), 193-225, 2022
Connecting Disadvantaged Communities to Work and Higher Education Opportunities: Evidence from Public Transportation Penetration to Arab Towns in Israel
AS Abu-Qarn
IZA Discussion Paper, 2019
The impact of GATT on international trade: Evidence from structural break analysis
S Abu-Bader, AS Abu-Qarn
Applied Econometrics and International Development 8 (2), 2008
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