The Impact of Economic Complexity on Income Inequality Distribution (Case Study: Selected Developed and Developing Countries)

Bani Hatam, Ahmad (2021) The Impact of Economic Complexity on Income Inequality Distribution (Case Study: Selected Developed and Developing Countries). Masters thesis, Faculty of Social Sciences..

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Research Aim: In this study, we examine the relationship between the Economic Complexity Index (ECI) and the Improving the Economic Complexity Index (ECI +) on household income inequality (EHII) in developed and developing countries. Also for the model with the economic complexity index from 2008 to 2018 and for the modified index of economic complexity from 1963 to 2018, each with a time lag that includes a total of eight models, four models for developed countries and four models for Developing countries used panel data collected from the World Atlas of Economic Complexity, and income inequality index data from the University of Texas Inequality Project and other world-renowned research sources. Research method: This study is an analytical-descriptive study, because this study is an inter-country study, regression with instrumental variable approach with two-stage least squares method (2SLS / IV), but due to the nature of some variables to perform regression with This approach we have inevitably used other estimators to estimate the model. Findings: This study is an analytical-descriptive study, because this study is an inter-country study, regression with instrumental variable approach with two-stage least squares method (2SLS / IV), but due to the nature of some variables to perform regression with This approach we have inevitably used other estimators to estimate the model. Conclusion: The results show that in the models of developed countries and the first model of developing countries, there is no relationship between economic complexity and household income inequality. But the second, third, and fourth models of developing countries have a negative and inverse relationship with income inequality. We also conclude in this study that if we do a one-step or two-step model, the two-step method can better predict the effects of economic complexity on income inequality than the one-step method.

Item Type: Thesis (Masters)
Persian Title: تاثیر پیچیدگی اقتصادی بر توزیع نابرابری درآمد (مطالعه موردی: منتخب کشورهای توسعه یافته و درحال توسعه)
Persian Abstract: هدف: در این پژوهش ما رابطه شاخص پیچیدگی اقتصادی (ECI) و شاخص اصلاح شده پیچیدگی اقتصادی (+ECI¬) بر ¬نابرابری درآمدی ¬خانوار¬(EHII)¬ درکشور¬های ¬توسعه یافته و درحال توسعه را بررسی می¬کنیم.¬ همچنین برای مدل با¬ شاخص پیچیدگی اقتصادی¬ بازه زمانی 2008 تا 2018 و برای شاخص اصلاح شده پیچیدگی اقتصادی¬از بازه ¬زمانی1963 تا 2018 که هر یک با یک وقفه زمانی که در مجموع شامل هشت مدل، چهار مدل برای-کشورهای توسعه یافته و چهار مدل برای کشورهای درحال توسعه از داده¬های تابلویی جمع¬آوری شده از منبع اطلس¬جهانی پیچیدگی اقتصادی و برای داده¬های شاخص¬ نابرابری درآمد از پروژه نابرابری دانشگاه تگزاس و از سایر منابع معتبر جهانی¬ انجام پژوهش استفاده شده است. روش‌شناسی پژوهش:این پژوهش یک مطالعه تحلیلی- توصیفی است، به¬دلیل آنکه این مطالعه یک پژوهش بین کشوری است، رگرسیون¬ با رویکرد متغیر ابزاری ¬با¬ روش¬حداقل مربعات دو مرحله¬ای (2SLS/IV ¬)، اما باتوجه به ماهیت برخی از متغیر¬ها برای انجام رگرسیون با این¬ رویکر¬ما به ناچار از سایر تخمین¬گرها¬ برای برآورد مدل استفاده کرد¬ه¬ایم.
Supervisor:
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Hashemi, AbdolrahimUNSPECIFIED
Advisor:
AdvisorE-mail
Faturechi, ZahraUNSPECIFIED
Subjects: Faculty of Literature & Humanities > Department of Management and Economy
Divisions > Faculty of Literature & Humanities > Department of Management and Economy
Date Deposited: 06 Jul 2022 03:45
Last Modified: 06 Jul 2022 03:45
URI: http://repository.uma.ac.ir/id/eprint/13636

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