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2009 (Vol. 1, Issue: 1)
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On Methodology of Computing the Unionís Domestic Savings Rate Prior to Creation of Economic Union

R.T. Dalimov
Corresponding Author:  Ravshanbek Dalimov 

Key words:  Economic integration, economic union, forecasting the unionís domestic savings rate, efficient economic policy, cycles of the value added of sectors, ,
Vol. 1 , (1): Page No: 5-9
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2009 June, 27 2009 July, 18
Abstract:

Economic integration of states in prospective economic unions is characterized by convergence of economic parameters, including domestic savings rates. The unionís savings rate is considered as one of the few important factors which influences economic policies of integrated economic bloc considered further as united economic area. The article provides methodology to compute the unionís domestic savingís rate based on the model previously developed by the author. Parameters needed for calculation include domestic savings rates, time series of the value added of sectors of the member states willing to be integrated.
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R.T. Dalimov, 2009. On Methodology of Computing the Unionís Domestic Savings Rate Prior to Creation of Economic Union.  Current Research Journal of Economic Theory, 1(1): Page No: 5-9.
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