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Publisher and Date:(Vilnius Gediminas Tech Univ, 2014)In this paper the inverse problem of finding a coefficient in a second order elliptic equation is investigated. The conditions for the existence and uniqueness of the classical solution of the problem under consideration are established. Numerical tests using the finite-difference scheme combined with an iteration method is presented and the sensitivity of this scheme with respect to noisy overdetermination data is illustrated.
Applying the new panel unit root test developed in this paper we can overcome the pitfalls of old-fashioned panel unit root tests making it possible for researchers testing individual series for a unit root while taking contemporaneous cross-sectional dependence and structural break into account. The proposed test was used to investigate the status of financial and real integration of China Japan UK the European Union and the United States based on the empirical validity of real interest parity ...
Relationship Between Financial Crisis And Foreign Direct Investment In Developing Countries Using Semiparametric Regression Approach This paper analyzes whether and to what extent the inflow of FDI is affected before and after the occurence of a financial crisis in developing countries. The paper uses a semiparametric Generalized Partial Linear Models (GPLM) regression approach to check the appropriateness and effectiveness of financial crisis in the FDI regression model. The results indicate that FDI inflows decrease in the years after a financial crisis and an upturn in FDI inflows the year before a financial crisis hit the country.
Rental Price Convergence In A Developing Economy: New Evidence From Nonlinear Panel Unit Root Test We examine the hypothesis of nonlinear rental price convergence using relative rental price index of three major cities of Turkey namely Istanbul Izmir and Ankara span from the period from January 1994 to February 2010. Our results indicate that all cities exhibit rental price convergence towards its national mean level for the period of January 1994 to December 2004. In contrast none of the cities show evidence of convergence from January 2005 to February 2010. The evidence clearly shows rental ...