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  • THE IMPACT OF THE GOVERNMENT REVENUE AND EXPENDITURE ON THE ECONOMIC GROWTH IN MYANMAR 

    Si Thu Kyaw (Inya Economics Research Organization, 2018)
    The study focuses on investigation of co-integration between revenue and expenditure of government and GDP growth. The study aims to find to examine the relationship and causality between government revenue and expenditure. ...
  • THE NEXUS BETWEEN FOREIGN TRADE AND ECONOMIC GROWTH IN MYANMAR (2006-2015) 

    Sann Linn Aung (Yangon University of Economics, 2018)
    Many scholars postulate that trade is an engine of growth. By promoting trade, country can get so many benefits. But the benefits from trade are not equally distributed due to the differences among the countries. Thus, it ...
  • A STUDY ON MYANMA INSURANCE ENTERPRISE 

    Pann Ei Phyu (Yangon University of Economics, 2018)
    Insurance is one of the best-known and links into other financial sector, most valuable of protecting against the risks associated with everyday life for human being, some people aware the benefits of effecting the insurance ...
  • A STUDY ON THE SOCIO-ECONOMIC CONDITIONS OF GWA TOWNSHIP, RAKHINE STATE 

    Kyaw Lin Naint (Yangon University of Economics, 2018)
    This study is concerned with socio-economic conditions of Gwa Township in Rakhine State. The objective of the paper is to analyze the socio-economic conditions of Gwa Township which is based on 2018 survey data. There are ...
  • A STUDY ON FOREIGN DIRECT INVESTMENT IN THILAWA SPECIAL ECONOMIC ZONE (2014-2018) 

    Chu Myat Thu (Yangon University of Economics, 2018)
    Foreign Direct Investment is a vital role not only for economic development but also for social and other sectors development. It is recognized as important potential sources for needed capital, managerial, ethnical, and ...
  • A STUDY ON FOREIGN DIRECT INVESTMENT IN THILAWA SPECIAL ECONOMIC ZONE (2014-2018) 

    Chu Myat Thu (Yangon University of Economics, 2018)
    Foreign Direct Investment is a vital role not only for economic development but also for social and other sectors development. It is recognized as important potential sources for needed capital, managerial, ethnical, and ...
  • A STUDY ON PADDY PRODUCTION IN MYANMAR (From 2007/2008 to 2016/2017) 

    Chit Su Win (Yangon University of Economics, 2018)
    In Myanmar, paddy is an essential crop not only for local daily consumption but also for foreign earnings. The government has given a high priority to the expansion of paddy production because rice is a staple food for ...
  • A STUDY ON FUNCTIONS OF SULE PAGODA WHARF (SPW) 

    Chaw Chaw Kay Khaing (Yangon University of Economics, 2018)
    Ports are the medium that connect ships with land for both passengers and goods to transfer. Ports are seen as a factor of economic growth which has high contribution levels to the development of economic sectors. Sule ...
  • RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN INFLATION AND BUDGET DEFICIT IN MYANMAR (1986 - 2016) 

    Thurein Lwin (Yangon University of Economics, 2018)
    Many scholars believe that budget deficit is the main cause of inflation. This paper attempts to investigate the relationship between inflation and budget deficit in Myanmar from 1986 to 2016. This study applied time series ...
  • THE NEXUS BETWEEN FOREIGN TRADE AND ECONOMIC GROWTH IN MYANMAR (2006-2015) 

    Sann Linn Aung (Yangon University of Economics Department of Economics, 2018)
    Many scholars postulate that trade is an engine of growth. By promoting trade, country can get so many benefits. But the benefits from trade are not equally distributed due to the differences among the countries. Thus, it ...
  • Determinants of Firm performance in Myanmar 

    Mon Mon Oo (Myanmar Academy of Arts and Science (MAAS),, 2016)
    There have been several studies investigating the determinants of SMEs performance utilizing three key organizational orientations: market orientation (MO), entrepreneurial orientation (EO) and learning orientation (LO), ...
  • The Agricultural Input Productivity and Rural-Urban Migration in Myanmar (1965-2000) 

    Thin Thin Oo (Yangon University of Economics Research Journal, 2009)
    This study examines the relationship between agricultural input productivity and rural - urban migration by developing an econometric model and applying it to the case of Myanmar. Myanmar economy relies more on ...
  • Why Rural People are Poor?: A Case Study on Rural Area of Dry Zone in Sagaing Region 

    Thar Htay (Yangon University of Economics Research Journal, 2016)
    The study aims to analyze the extent of poverty and income inequality and the causes of poverty in the rural area of Dry Zone in Sagaing Region. Head count index and the poverty gap index are used to measure the extent of ...
  • An Analysis on Myanmar's Border Trade Development with Neighbboring Countries 

    Ni Lar Myint Htoo; Aung Myint Myat (Yangon University of Economics Research Journal, 2016)
    Trade stands as an essential contributor for economic development of a country. Border Trade activities in Myanmar have been provided to national economic development as a part of national economic strategy. Border trade ...
  • Policy Reforms on Public Private Partnership(PPP) in Myanmar 

    Thida Kyu (Yangon University of Economics Research Journal, 2016)
    This study aims to analyse conducted Policy Reforms on Public Private Partnership In Myanmar. In addition to the assessment of secondary data and statistics, the research design includes meetings with stakeholders to ...
  • Economic Performance of Agricultural Sector in the Selected Area of Nay Pyi Taw 

    Le Le Wai; Tint Khine (Yangon University of Economics Research Journal, 2012)
    In Myanmar, paddy crop is important not only for local food security but also for foreign exchange earning. Black gram is also a major export item. A survey was conducted in 4 villages of Pyinmana Township and the data ...
  • Social and Economic Development of Taninthayi Division 

    Yi Aye (Yangon University of Economics Research Journal, 2009)
    Taninthayi like the other division of Myanmar mainly depends on agriculture . After 1988, noticeable features of Taninthayi are the introduction of natural gas export, and the development of plum oil plantation. ...
  • Socio-Economic development through Human Capital Investment in Kanbauk Area of Taninthayi Region (formerly Taninthayi Division) 

    Yi Aye and Htun Myint (Yangon University of Economics Research Journal, 2010)
    Kanbauk Pipe Line Corridor (PLC) area is located in Yephyu Township, Dawei District, Taninthayi Division in southern Myanmar . In 1995, Yadana Project has started exploration and production of natural gas in Mottama Gulf. ...
  • Demand for Ma Hta Tha Bus Lines Transporation Services in Yangon City(1988-2007) 

    Thida Oo (Yangon University of Economics Research Journal, 2010)
    An attempt has been made iri •this paper to construct a transporta ion demand model for the services of MaHtaTha passenger bus •.services in Yangon City from 1988-89 to 2006-2007. Ordinary Least Squ res (QLS) method ...
  • A Study on Electrictricity Generation Development in Myanmar 

    Aung Kaung Set (Yangon University of Economics, 2018)
    ABSTRACT A study on electric sector in Myanmar was conducted with the aim to examine the electricity generation development in Myanmar form 1988 to 2016. For a developing country, a cheap power supply for industries is ...