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Testing the long-run relationship between export and economic growth: Evidence from Namibia.
(Journal of Emerging Issues in Economics, Finance and Banking (JEIEFB), 2013)
This study investigates the export-economic growth relationship for Namibia. The study was motivated by the contradicting results in the literature of the export and economic growth relationship despite the wide theoretical ...
A study of the determinants of mortgage interest rates in Namibia through co-integration and error correction mechanisms.
(International Journal of Economics, Commerce and Management, 2014)
Discussions concerning interest rates, especially mortgage rates are increasingly being given a lot of attention in the literature. Indeed, in realisation of this fact, the study attempted to establish the factors that ...
An econometric study of the long-run relationship between defence expenditure and economic growth: Evidence from a developing country.
The high levels of financial allocations to Namibia’s defence budgets have been heavily criticised because such expenditures is considered as a leakage to the country’s economy. In light of this, the study assessed the ...