Print ISSN: 2204-1990

Online ISSN: 1323-6903

Keywords : Unemployment

The Impact of FDI Flows on the Dimensions of Sustainable Development in Algeria - An Econometric Study During the Period 2000-2021

Khawla Ouali, Sabrina Grari, Fayza Jallouli, Tarek Yalouli

Journal of Contemporary Issues in Business and Government, 2023, Volume 29, Issue 1, Pages 258-276
DOI: 10.47750/cibg.2023.29.01.018

      This study aimed to measure the impact of foreign direct investment on the dimensions of sustainable development in Algeria through an econometric study for the period 2000-2021, and in order to achieve the goal, complete the use of the ARDL program, based on the independent variable that represents the FDI index, and the dependent variables, which represent development indicators. Sustainable based on World Bank data.
Through the analysis, it was found that foreign direct investment negatively affects carbon dioxide emissions in the long and short term, and the flow of foreign direct investment is linked to a positive relationship with GDP in the long and short term, and it was found that there is a significant inverse relationship between foreign direct investment and the unemployment rate in the long and short term, in the previous period in the study sample.

An Empirical study on Impact of Pandemic on Financial Health of Family living in Palghar District

Dr. Jaydip Raval, Dr. Gautam Trehan, Miss. Sonam Yadav

Journal of Contemporary Issues in Business and Government, 2022, Volume 28, Issue 4, Pages 2194-2198
DOI: 10.47750/cibg.2022.28.04.172

The research article is aimed at understanding, analysing and interpreting the impact of Pandemic on Financial Health of Families. Researcher has collected Primary data in this empirical study giving more insights and true picture of financial challenges and income volatility faced by families living in Palghar District. The district is relatively new and comes in rural belt. Therefore, it will also give reader (Corporates, Govt. Body, Academicians, Researchers and Citizens) knowledge and understanding of the financial implications in semi-urban and rural belt. The research covers key parameters and factors such as Earning members, Salary Cut, Borrowing, Change in Income and Loss of Employment which have significantly affected the financial health of family in the Palghar District.

Education, Poverty, and Unemployment: A Way Forward to Promote Sustainable Economic Growth in Pakistan

RuqiaShaheen Najma Yasmin Noreen Safdar Fouzia Yasmin Sabila Khatoon

Journal of Contemporary Issues in Business and Government, 2021, Volume 27, Issue 6, Pages 74-85
DOI: 10.47750/cibg.2021.27.06.005

Research at hand used a generalized method of moments (GMM) to examine the relationship between economic growth, education, poverty, and unemployment in Pakistan. The study has looked at four different ways to analyzed and compared them with the growth path of Pakistan for the period under study 1990-2020 by providing the integrated approach. This research concluded that education hasan impact on unemployment and poverty, and all have an impact on economic growth in the long run. It shows that there isa fundamentalassociation betweenthe gross domestic product (GDP) and poverty (POV) and amongEducation enrollment. The findings of the research confirmed the positive effect of Education, Trade on economic growth, and unemployment have a negative influence on determining economic growth. This study is of particular concentration topolicymakers as it helps to formulate comprehensive economic policies to support economic development.


Ghulam Rasool Lakhan, Bahadur Ali Soomro, Amanullah Channa,Ifrah Jameel, Shabbir Ahmed

Journal of Contemporary Issues in Business and Government, 2021, Volume 27, Issue 5, Pages 994-1005
DOI: 10.47750/cibg.2021.27.05.064

In the present era, the COVID-19 appeared as a dangerous virus that ruined all most
all economies of the globe. The present paper attempts to review the economic
problems and uncertainties that affected the Pakistani economy in the COVID-19
pandemic waves. The study is based on a desk review. The data are derived from
reliable sources to achieve the purpose of the study. The study's findings suggest that
the economy of Pakistan has confronted significant challenges in the pandemic. These
problems include economic and financial problems, business problems and firms
operating problems. Besides, the study provides evidence about the impact of
COVID-19 on revenue and employment within the firms of Pakistan.Furthermore, the
study's findings would provide some guidelines about the problems that exist in the
pandemic. Therefore, the government of Pakistan must take initiatives if any
pandemic may appear. Finally, the study may provide the summarized insights into
the economy of Pakistan, particularly concerning economics.

Export of Labor Resources and Development of Human Capital in the Eurasian Integration


Journal of Contemporary Issues in Business and Government, 2021, Volume 27, Issue 3, Pages 1008-1016
DOI: 10.47750/cibg.2021.27.03.135

The market transformations that have taken place in the Kyrgyz economy and the political crises over the past ten years have had a negative impact on the formation of labor and capital market structures. As a result, the Kyrgyz Republic becomes a “donor” of migrants, loses the most active part of the population, which leads to a deepening of socio-economic problems. The article considers the change in the average GDP growth in the EAEU countries over five years, the main indicators of the socio-economic development of the republic, the main indicators of the labor market, internal and external migration, and the structure of the disposable income of the population of the Kyrgyz Republic. The reasons are established and the economic-statistical system and comparative analysis and generalization of problems in the system of vocational education and in the labor market are carried out. This made it possible to identify and ultimately can have a positive impact on improving the socio-economic situation in the Kyrgyz Republic.

Impact of Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) on Aspects of Personal and Professional Life

Khurram Shahnawaz Rana; Dr. Ghulam Abid; Asma Nisar; Muhammad Nawaz

Journal of Contemporary Issues in Business and Government, 2021, Volume 27, Issue 2, Pages 6466-6481
DOI: 10.47750/cibg.2021.27.02.633

Novel coronavirus (COVID-19) is officially a pandemic now. With around 30-40 % workforce
working from home and around 30% unemployment expected, so far by analysts, it is becoming
very important to understand the personal and professional impact that this pandemic is having
on professionals.In the last weeks, alone many ICT companies have downsized, reduced pay, or
stopped benefits in order to handle the economic strain caused by the pandemic while factories
and manufacturing concerns have come to a halt. On a personal level, staying at home, isolation,
unemployment, financial strain occurs that can cause numerous behavioral concerns.The aim of
this paper is to do an exploratory study with a mix of autoethnographic view and identify
professional and personal effects both positive and negative due to the COVID-19 pandemic and
repercussions for professionals. As COVID-19 is an ongoing pandemic, thereby to the best of
our knowledge, no study has been conducted which explain the impact of COVID-19 on
personal and professional lives with the qualitative context we adopted.

Ocean Tourism and Poverty Alleviation in India: An Analysis

Rajender S. Godara; Ahsanuddin Haider; Samreen Jafri

Journal of Contemporary Issues in Business and Government, 2021, Volume 27, Issue 2, Pages 1370-1380
DOI: 10.47750/cibg.2021.27.02.147

Blue tourism is important for sustainable development and become one of the largest industries
to generate income and promote economic growth and development. Blue tourism is a highincome,
healthy and clean industry for the country which has borders with the sea and free water.
The growth of blue tourism contributes to poverty alleviation and its prosperity reflects the
political, economic, social, security, cultural, and scientific stability of the countries of the world.
Tourism has a profound effect on the economic situation of some developed and underdeveloped
countries in recent years, making it one of the largest economic sectors in many countries today
with the potential to impact poverty reduction. The study used the Ordinary Least Squares (OLS
method), which attempted to share the impact of ocean tourism on poverty in India during the
time series period (2001-2019. The findings prove Ocean Tourism and Poverty have a positive

Analysis of The Impact of Unemployment for Individual, Social, and Economics


Journal of Contemporary Issues in Business and Government, 2021, Volume 27, Issue 2, Pages 4273-4277
DOI: 10.47750/cibg.2021.27.02.452

Unemployment is one of the social problems in economic development. The unemployment problem is an individual problem and a state problem that must be resolved to realize economic growth. This research is a descriptive study using a qualitative approach. The purpose of using this approach is so that researchers can obtain a complete picture of the problems formulated by focusing on the process and the search that is studied is more comprehensive, in-depth, natural, and as it is. This study uses interview and document methods by collecting and classifying data according to the type of data to determine how the actual impact of unemployment in Indonesia is. This study uses the Milles and Huberman data analysis method, namely "the technique of data analysis which consists of 3 activity streams, namely: (1) data condensation, (2) data presentation, and (3) concluding / verification. Based on the research results, it can be seen that the majority of unemployed feel a negative impact on themselves and the environment. For a country's economy, the impact of unemployment is that the country cannot promote economic growth both in the long term and in the short term.


Hakimov Akbarjon Anvarovich; Botirova Rakhimakhon Abdujabborovna; Sirojiddinov Ikromiddin Kutbiddinovich

Journal of Contemporary Issues in Business and Government, 2021, Volume 27, Issue 2, Pages 5520-5524
DOI: 10.47750/cibg.2021.27.02.558

The article examines the issues of strengthening the food orientation of agriculture, as well as the possibility of developing production and increasing the export potential of horticulture, viticulture and vegetable growing in the Namangan region of Uzbekistan

Covid 19 Pandemic Challenges: The Youth Unemployment In Nigeria

Oyewobi Ifeoluwapo Adebimpe; Adeniyi Temitope Adetunji; Chijioke Nwachukwu; Vu Minh Hieu

Journal of Contemporary Issues in Business and Government, 2021, Volume 27, Issue 1, Pages 2004-2012

When it comes to employment sector, there is an urgent need for wider investigations about the impact of COVID-19 on unemployment to explore possible damages to existing patterns of youth employability, and the alignment of government policy with institutional needs. This study is aimed to assess the short-term challenges of COVID-19 pandemic on the youth unemployment crisis in Nigeria. For this study, data from National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) study and other published data from literature have been analyzed to determine the challenges of COVID-19 pandemic on youth unemployment in Nigeria. From the analysis carried out, the effect of COVID-19 pandemic on unemployment via difference-in-difference assessment shows that the Nigeria's unemployment rate ranked 30.1 percent in the fourth quarter of 2020. The study reveals that the unemployment rate among young people that is, ages 15-34years is 30.1%, up from 26.7%. The study also finds that 64% of the considerably increased inflows from employment into unemployment were due to the COVID-19 shutdown measures. It has been also established in the study that as at the fourth quarter of 2020, youth unemployment rate rose to 30.1% indicating that about 22,764,614 million Nigerian youths remain unemployed. The study concludes that, in sum, the shutdown measures amplified increased unemployment in. The study recommended the participation of private companies amongst others, by creating jobs in averting the challenges of COVID-19 pandemic on increased youth unemployment in the country.