مجلة اقتصاديات شمال افريقيا
Volume 9, Numéro 11, Pages 1-21
Auteurs : Ziad M’hamed .
This paper examined the empirical relationship between the exchange rate regime and economic growth using pane data regressions for 8 countries in the Middle East and North Africa (Algeria, Egypt, Iran, Jordan, Lebanon, Morocco, Syria and Tunisia) for the period 1980-2012. The main results are: the exchange rate regime appears to affect economic growth through a combination of increased foreign trade and investment rate but with a weights higher degree of openness to international trade.
MENA countries, exchange rate change, economic growth, panel data
Imane Senouci Bereksi
Souman Mohand Ouidir
Dr Ziad M’hamed