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This research paper uses panel data for the time period 2002-2013 to investigate the impacts of governance and other economic growth determinants on economic growth of some selected oil-importing MENA countries. This paper contributes to the literature on governance, economic development indicators, and economic development in novel ways. The research finds that governance is strongly associated with the economic development. However, the results of this research might conflict with others’ results if their research combines oil-exporting and oilimporting countries in their sample or use different methodologies. Therefore, the policy recommendations should be used cautiously.
Lahouij, Hamid, "Does Governance Matter to Economic Growth? Evidence from MENA Countries" (2016). 2016 Awards for Excellence in Student Research and Creative Activity - Documents. 5.