CONTENTS: 1.Determinants of Commercial Bank Interest Rate Margins in Swaziland by Sibusiso M. Khumaloand, Yinusa D. Olalekan a Francis Nathan Okurut 2. New Banking Technology and Service Quality in Indian Public Sector Banks: A Micro Level Study by A. Abdul Raheem a M. Krishnamoorthy 3. Supply Response of Perennial Crops: A Case of Balochistan Apricots by Mohammad Pervez Wasim 4. Government Debt and Long-Term Interest Rate: Application of an Extended Open-Economy Loanable Funds Model to South Africa by Yu Hsing Click here to download full PDF edition of this issue (free limited time open access) Go to Journal Homepage Go to Series editor website About the Journal International Journal of Economics and Business Studies (IJEBS) is a peer-reviewed journal, which is intended not only to promote the discussion on challenging economic and business issues at applied and policy levels but also to disseminate research information and knowledge in latest developments in business and economics. The main objective of IJEBS is to provide an intellectual platform for researchers, in which research in alternative paradigms for business and economic inquiry could be analysed and discussed. The journal provides opportunities for economists and business related professionals in a global realm to publish their paper in one source. The International Journal of Economics and Business Studies is also indented to bring together academicians and professionals from all related business and economics fields to interact with academics inside and outside their own particular disciplines.Government Debt and Long-Term Interest Rate: Application of an Extended Open -Economy Loanable Funds Model to ... to 561, 661 million rands during the same period (International Financial Statistics, International Monetary Fund, 2009).
|Title||:||International Journal of Economics and Business Studies: Volume 1, Number 1|
|Publisher||:||Universal-Publishers - 2011-06-17|