Special Issue on
The Globalization and Economic Structure Changes<>
Has been Published by
The Journal of World Economic Research

Science Publishing Group (New York, USA) recently published a Special Issue entitled "The Globalization and Economic Structure Changes<>" in the journal of "Journal of World Economic Research" [ISSN: 2328-773X (Print), 2328-7748 (Online)], a peer-reviewed journal.

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Table of Contents of the special issue:

Global Capital Mobility: Some New Empirical Evidence, by Anisul M. Islam, Muhammad Mustafa, Matiur Rahman;
China's Path to Sustainable, Stable and Rapid Economic Development: From the Largest to the Strongest Manufacturing Country, by Yueyun (Bill) Chen;
Globalization: Some Controversies and Its Humanization, by Matiur Rahman, Prashanta K. Banerjee;
The Challenges Faced Across South-south Cooperation, by Shailly Nigam;
The Causality between Economic Growth and the Environmental Quality: Implementing the Hsiao Causality Test Using Regression Model and Artificial Neural Network (ANN), by Morteza Hasanshahi, Majid Zare;
Higher Education for Economic Progress in a Global Framework with Special Reference to Bangladesh, by Muhammad Mahboob Ali, Vichayanan Rattanawiboonsom, Sudhir K. S. Yadav;
The Wage Effect of Informal Sector in Developing Countries, by Tchakounté Njoda Mathurin, Abdoul Karim;

Lead Guest Editor:
Professor Yueyun (Bill) Chen, Department of Business Administration; University of the West, Los Angeles, USA
Guest Editors:
Professor Anisul Islam, College of Business, University of Houston-Downtown, USA;
Prof. Shailly Nigam, College of Business, Prince Sattam; Bin Abdulaziz University, Al Kharj, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia;
Prof. Majid Zare, Department of Economic and Management, University of West Tehran; Arsanjan, Fars, Iran;
Pprofessor Chengyi Pu, School of Economics, Southwest University for Nationalities, Chengdu, China

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