Following the 19th century Energy became an important and indispensable input for production and consumption activities all over the world. In the mean time, Energy has become a very determinant factor for growth for national economies.
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Since independence, there have been copious generalizations and general outcry among Ghanaians especially social commentators and policy analysts about the under-development of Ghana.
In terms of labour market outcomes, the emigration process tends to temporary ease the pressures generated by high unemployment rates, thus leading to a slight employment increase.
This paper finds slight differences in the relevance of political stability or economic growth on greenhouse gas emission.
Foreign Direct Investment (FDI), Trade and Its Contribution to the Proposed Logistics Hub in Jamaica
International Journal of Management Science and Business Administration Volume 2, Issue 4, March 2016, Pages…
Innovation and Economic Growth in Emerging Latin American Countries: The Case of Mexico, Brazil and Chile
Chile’s economic growth has been high in recent decades and is even comparable with countries that report higher economic growth in the world.
The findings revealed that informal sector operators has a positive and significant impact on growth in Nigeria; while poverty-mentality, illiteracy, high inflation, low infrastructure, access to credit, social safety nets and information dissemination are the major problems encountered by these institutions.
The findings show that attraction of foreign direct investment, governance related factors and approaches used in the post reforms period are more vital in driving divergence in growth performance between the two countries.