The Effect of Industrial Growth Limits in the Efficiency of Economic Performance in some Countries (1990-2005)
2013, Volume 35, Issue 111, Pages 100-112
The industrial growth refers to the increase in the amount of industrial product with added value and increase the growth of indusial sector quantatively and qualitatively. The industrial growth is a potential part of economic growth in general for any country. There are some factors that may affect the industrial exports, inflation rate, direct foreign investment, technical development). In order to attain this aim of the study, it is supposed that there is a difference in the factors of industrial growth limits. The importance may differ according to the change in the economic growth, it is also supposed that there is a causative reciprocal relation between industrial and economic growth. In the research countries, three continents have been selected from Asia, Africa, Europe (Japan, Algeria, and Britain). To confirm the hypothesis, a study has been conducted using the descriptive method to explain the concept industrial growth, the important effecting limits, policies, and the effect in the two period economic performances. A regression study of normal two Periods Square has been applied, so the limits of the industrial growth have been estimated, then the effect of industrial growth has also been assessed in the economic growth in the second period. Some recommendations and conclusions have been seen in the study..
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