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The Interactions between Culture, Global Mindset and Leadership in Global Context

Pages: 191-197
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Amin Vakilbashi , Wan Khairuzzaman bin Wan Ismail , Mozhdeh Mokhber

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Amin Vakilbashi , Wan Khairuzzaman bin Wan Ismail , Mozhdeh Mokhber (2014). The Interactions between Culture, Global Mindset and Leadership in Global Context. Journal of Social Economics Research, 1(8): 191-197. DOI:
The aim of this paper is to identify the effects of cultural characteristics and mindset of leaders on leadership attributes in global business environment. An extensive literature review has been done. Subsequently, a conceptual model is developed to demonstrate the interactions between culture dimensions, global mindset and leadership styles. It was found that cultural values provide a foundation for the development of intercultural sensitivity and intercultural competence of a leader. On the other hand, it is imperative for leaders to develop a global mindset in order to lead in global context. 
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Study of the Relationship between Economic Growth and Inflation: Application to the Countries of the South Side of the Mediterranean: A Panel Data Approach

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Amiri Kaouther , Talbi Besma (2014). Study of the Relationship between Economic Growth and Inflation: Application to the Countries of the South Side of the Mediterranean: A Panel Data Approach. Journal of Social Economics Research, 1(8): 180-190. DOI:
This paper examines the relationship between economic growth and inflation taking into account other economic indicators in the analysis of this relationship. This study uses the random effects model of panel data applied to a sample of four countries on the south side of the Mediterranean during the period that runs from 1980 to 2008. The analysis concludes that, in general, the relationship between the variables appears particularly if inflation or hyper-inflation. Indeed, if a country prices rise faster than in other countries, we will see an increase in imports and a decline in exports. To balance the balance of payments, it will attract the foreign exchange reserves. 
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The Nexus between Financial Crisis and Household Consumption: Evidence from Emerging Countries

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Abdelhafidh Dhrifi

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Abdelhafidh Dhrifi (2014). The Nexus between Financial Crisis and Household Consumption: Evidence from Emerging Countries. Journal of Social Economics Research, 1(8): 169-179. DOI:
This paper stains to test the effects of financial crisis on household consumption. More specifically, an aggregate annual data from 36 emerging countries from 1990-2012, is used to estimate a model that capture the interrelationship between financial crisis and household consumption. Our findings show that emerging countries that have experienced financial crisis during the last three decades tend to experience a substantially greater contraction of their consumption level. Whatever the type of crisis considered, they are generally followed by a substantial contraction of their welfare. More specifically, banking crisis, in contrast to the currency ones, appears to have a more important impact on the standard living household. On the other hand, twin crisis seems to have a more pronounced impact than the two first ones.
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