SCIREA Journal of Economics (ISSN: 2995-3863)

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Sekinat A. Kola-Aderoju, Thaddeus T. Ityonzughul
Abstract: This article examines the economic benefits of Ibadan Central Abattoir (ICA), Amosun between 2009 and 2021. It argues that abattoir is a global industry that has attracted the attention of scholars the world over. However, these academic inquiries are not historical in nature and also neglected the positive aspects of the a
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Tatyana Odintsova
Abstract: For sustainability, the transparent information environment is exceptionally substantial. One of the most common global practices that allows us to achieve this goal has become corporative ESG-reporting. The existence of numerous sustainable reporting and ESG-rating systems complicates the process of its harmonization, but
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Nesrine Dardouri, Mounir Smida
Abstract: This work examines the main determinants of tax evasion within publicly traded companies. The literature review indicates that there are several practices used by Tunisian companies to eliminate their tax obligations, including group size, profitability, intangible assets and debts. Thus, this study aims to obtain empirical
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Yude Xu, Xuan Meng, Jianmin Liu
Abstract: We take China A-share listed companies from 2006 to 2020 as samples to empirically test the mechanism that information infrastructure and market-based environmental regulation affect high-quality green innovation of enterprises.We find that the information infrastructure significantly promotes high-quality green innovation
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Sikandar Siddiqui
Abstract: Central banks have the ability to provide commercial banks in their currency area with liquid funds at very low costs when needed. This enables them to intervene in the financial sector to stabilise it during crisis situations. However, if the liquidity shortages in the commercial banking sector are merely symptoms of a dee
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Fan He, Fanchen Meng, Shang Gao
Abstract: Acquiring and absorbing advanced knowledge of overseas subsidiaries of developed countries is an important task for Chinese enterprises in the stage of cross-border merge and integration. In the process of knowledge transfer, there exist so many problems, such as the quantity and value of knowledge transfer is lower than ex
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Hongyi Sun
Abstract: In order to solve the problem that China's agricultural trade prospects in the "the Belt and Road economic belt" are unclear, this paper proposes a prediction system based on the stochastic frontier gravity model.This process examines the current situation of agricultural industry and the change of economic structure in Chi
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Hongyi Sun
Abstract: In order to investigate the coupling coordination relationship between urban economic upgrading and labor employment, a computational model based on GTAP is proposed in the research. The main content is that based on the basic principle of GTAP model, the sum calculation of regions and departments is selected, the time cost
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José Luis Luna Agudelo
Abstract: In 2020, a global pandemic was declared due to a dangerous disease called COVID-19. To avoid contagion and the saturation of the health system, lockdowns were carried out, interrupting general economic activity, bringing definitive closures of commercial establishments, and sudden job losses. The only way to overcome this s
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Aitaa Sam Kilimvi
Abstract: Small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) around the world contribute to the growth of economies and promote employment, equitable income distribution and better living standards The research therefore was intended to evaluate the contribution of the Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) in the agribusiness sector on the econ
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