Using data from national-level households survey, this study seeks to fill a gap in the migration literature by analyzing the determinant of rural migration in ...
The transition to adulthood in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) is increasingly characterized by young people’s desire to form independent, nuclear households. Forming ...
This paper makes use of a series of comparable surveys to investigate the role of employment in enabling and constraining marriage for young men and ...
This study assesses the causal effects of primary care utilization on subjective health status in Turkey using individual-level data from the 2012 Health Research Survey. ...
Trade liberalization enhances the competition in the market as it increases the quality and the quantity of the products available to domestic buyers. This paper ...
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This paper investigates the long-run effects of public debt and inflation on economic growth. Our
The purpose of the current paper is to inform the open dialogue on further development
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The last thirty years have witnessed a general liberalization process of merchandize trade flows. Indeed,
This paper studies the optimal public investment decisions in countries experiencing a resource windfall. To
This paper aims to provide the recent developments on the supplementary education system in Turkey.
Jordan and Tunisia are two non-oil exporting MENA countries characterized by high unemployment rates and
The global crisis had a negative impact on growth and unemployment in Jordan and this