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Journal:   IRANIAN JOURNAL OF APPLIED ECONOMICS   summer 2017 , Volume 7 , Number 21 #r00448; Page(s) 1 To 17.

The Effect of Bank Credit on Non-Oil Exports of Industry and Agriculture Sectors in Iran

Author(s):  MONSEF ABDOLALI, TAVAKOLI AKBAR, Ahmadi Eshkaftaki Hamideh*
* Isfahan University of Payam Noor
In developed economies, a country’ s degree of development has a direct relationship with the volume of its international trade relations. Therefore, developing exports and obtaining foreign exchange income is at the forefront of the country's policy-makers’ goals. This will not be achieved except by precise planning and smoothing of the country's manufacturing infrastructure, in which the role of banks as one of the suppliers of capital is significant in Iran. Accordingly, the main question in this paper is that in Iran, how does bank credit affect the non-oil exports of the industry and agriculture sectors? For analyzing and answering the above question using the Johansen co-integration method and time series data related to Iran's economy during the years 1973 to 2012, the impact of credit on exports has been investigated. The results from the long-term relations demonstrate that the industry and agricultural sectors’ bank credits have positive and significant effects on their exports. The long-term value impact is 0. 28 for the industrial sector and 0. 28 for the agricultural sector.
Keyword(s): Non-Oil Export,Bank Credits,Value-Added Of Industry Sector,Value-Added Of Agriculture Sector,Real Exchange Rate
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