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We investigate the effects of age, marital status, number of children, and education on the probability of female presence in traditionally male-dominated occupations using the PUMS 1990 and PUMS 2000 data. The results indicate that being married with husband present decreases the probability of female presence in traditionally male-dominated occupations,… (More)
We define macrofinance as the application of traditional financial economic theory to the macro-economy postulating that macroeconomic activity results from aggregate effects of all domestic private and public saving, investment, net international trade and consumption decisions. We suggest that a single economic policy objective should be the maximization… (More)
The recent advancements in computer technologies and storage capabilities have produced an incredible amount of data and information from many sources such as social networks, online databases, and health information systems. Nowadays, many countries around the world are changing the way of implementing health care to the patients and the people by… (More)
In this study, the effect of the Internet on the stock market trade volume and volatility has been enquired in the case of Dhaka Stock Exchange in Bangladesh. The results show that the " Net " has a significant impact on these two parameters of volume and volatility of Dhaka stock market.
We ask whether failure to control for research and development (R&D) activity in an output convergence regression affects the coefficient estimates of initial output. We focus on output convergence to an economy's own steady-state growth path using time series regression framework and convergence across economies using panel estimation. We use data for the… (More)