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INVESTIGATING THE EFFECT OF DIMENSION OF THE KNOWLEDGE ECONOMY ON THE OUTPUT GROWTH IN IRAN

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 Start Page 77 | End Page 90

Abstract

 In today's competitive environment, productivity growth and stabilizing economic fluctuations is the main macroeconomic objectives of each country. Using knowledge-based economy or knowledge-based indicators as one of the most important demand management tool can fulfill this important role to play. Thus, depending on the structure, relationships and economic conditions prevalent in the country, the role of knowledge and KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT are important in influencing the production of empirical studies carried out and the results confirmed that. Because in the new theories of economic growth, knowledge is not as an exogenous variable (in the economy), but it is the key economic sector. Knowledge is considered as the main capital and economic growth is rooted in the accumulation of knowledge as a source of knowledge accumulation technology, innovation and entrepreneurship. Hence, with regard to the Iran`s economy examine the effects of knowledge economy on output growth can be important. The main objective of this study was to investigate the effect of knowledge economy on output growth in the economy model that base on conventional economic growth. In terms of method time series study using data from the annual economy during the period of 1353- 1389 which the data was extracted from central Bank, the Role of KNOWLEDGE BASED ECONOMY indicators including education and human resources, information and communication technology, capital and trade openness on output growth using econometric models of COINTEGRATION was tested. Based on the research findings, ties assumed in the hypothesis of the study, including the positive impact of the knowledge economy and its GDP growth considering intervening variable if economic sanctions were accepted.

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