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URN etd-0801113-104936
Author Jui-hung Wei
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Department Political Science
Year 2012
Semester 2
Degree Master
Type of Document
Language zh-TW.Big5 Chinese
Title The Comovement of Remittances and Economic Growth :Lessons form Former Soviet Union Communist countries
Date of Defense 2013-07-25
Page Count 51
Keyword
  • The former Soviet Unions
  • Dynamic Correlation
  • Frequency Spectrum Analysis
  • Co-movement
  • Labor Remittance
  • Abstract In this study, the dynamic relationship be tween labor remittance and GDP per capita is measured by Frequency Spectrum Analysis that wavelet checks the co-movement of the variables in different frequency. The analysis method has three characters. Remittances and GDP per capita into a frequency and time three-dimensional correlation contour associated distribution graph. First, it consider the dynamic correlation. Second, the fluctuation of the frequency reflects the co-movement of the variables at different frequency/time span. Third, it’s implicated that the strenth of the co-movement is associated with the political reality. The results show that due to the changes of economic and labor policies adjustments, the application of remittance, the scale of economics and the global financial crisis, the interaction between labor remittance and economic development in the former Soviet Unions is dynamic correlation with the long run and high frequency as well as short run and low frequency, respectively.
    Advisory Committee
  • Yi-Ren Dzeng - chair
  • Chien-Chiang Lee - co-chair
  • Pei-fen Chen - co-chair
  • Chyi-Lu Jang - advisor
  • Chun-Ping Chang - advisor
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    Date of Submission 2013-09-01

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