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Empirical Evidence for the Impact of Environmental Quality on Life Expectancy in African Countries
It is confirmed that, in the long run, improvements in environmental quality significantly increased life expectancy in the studied African countries during the study period, and the study recommends that the introduction of environmentally friendly economies, legal, socio-economic, demographic, and technological measures are essential to reduce environmental pollution and improve life expectancy. Expand
Testing the Ricardian equivalence hypothesis in the case of Ethiopia: An autoregressive-distributed lag approach
The Ricardian equivalence hypothesis (REH) suggests that when the government attempts to stimulate the economy by raising debt-financed government spending, consumption and demand do not increase butExpand
Is Fiscal or Monetary Policy More Effective on Economic Growth? an Empirical Evidence in The Case of Ethiopia
To achieve high and sustainable economic growth, full employment and stable prices, countries are using macroeconomic policies called; the fiscal and the monetary policies. Regarding theExpand