Measuring The Competitive Impact Of Some International Indicators In Doing Business For Selected Countries
Volume 37, Issue 120, Pages 49-62
AbstractCompetitiveness is related to the relative prices and expenditures of production from a macroeconomics perspective. Many economic analysts have linked competitiveness, productivity and technological development. Economic and financial studies have pointed out to a set of international indicators in the International Competitiveness Report (inflation, tax rates and tax systems, political instability, underfunding of infrastructures, and all of these factors play a large role in determining the volume of trade flows between countries). The research has attempted, through data, to classify the selected countries as a research sample into a group of clusters based on indicators through theoretical and practical analysis:
1. Improving the level of indicators of business practice and increasing the attractiveness of any country and its capacity in the international economy requires institutional improvements in the following variables:
a. Improve the business environment.
b. Tax reform.
c. Reducing economic inflation rates.
d. Increase the productivity and efficiency of human resources by raising spending on education to close backwardness.
Each country in order to achieve integration into the international economy and to achieve competitive efficiency must activate the gravity factors that drive a group of countries, which form clusters of homogeneity to increase economic integration among themselves and this integration brings to these countries a range of benefits that lead to an increase in size Trade exchange between them.
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