TOPICS Economics and development

Economics and development

Dr. Ghassan Salem - Researcher Abstract Water is a necessity on Earth, and global water consumption is increasing significantly. There should be ways to keep the demand for water while also providing resources. This study presents a potentially promising technology that creates...
Faisal Abdullatif Yassin/researcher Population inflation and the steady increase in the number of births are among the most difficult challenges that may face any country in the world, especially in developing countries. Which often suffers from structural political, security, and...
Mays Bassem Ismail/ Banker - Master of Banking Sciences Executive Summary: (Basel III): A reflection or reaction to the global mortgage crisis that struck the world in 2008, which was one of the most important reasons for banks to increase...
Dr. Adnan Yassin Mustafa/ Professor of Development Sociology - University of Baghdad Introduction The major health challenges throughout history have invaded societal and institutional structures, and caused social, economic, environmental, and political losses. They threatened all developed and developing countries of...
Nour Al-Huda Bassem Ismail - researcher in legal accounting The reserve guarantee is one of the guarantees approved by Iraqi law in commercial papers, and it is one of the most frequent and widespread guarantees in practice. This is due...
Russull Karim Nasser / Researcher in Business Economics Executive Summary: With no consumer protection in financial services and no data privacy laws, it is difficult to gain the trust of customers due to their fear of hacking and fraud. AI has had...
Omnia Bassem Sa`adi / researcher  Executive Summary: The knowledge economy gives the consumer greater confidence, a wide variety of choices, achieves electronic exchange, changes old jobs by creating new ones, disseminates and produces knowledge in many areas, forcing institutions to innovate...
Wafaa Fawzy Hamza / Researcher The increasing growth of the population in Iraq - which exceeded 40 million people - was accompanied by the failure to develop medical health institutions in a way that suits this increase. The weak infrastructure...
Prof. Abdul-Samad Saadoun Al-Shamri / Professor of International Economic Relations - Al-Nahrain University. Introduction: The Russian-Ukrainian conflict is no longer a product of the present, but rather has traces and historical imprints that date back to the era of European feudalism...
Ali Abdul-Kadhim Daadoush / Ph.D. in Economics - College of Administration and Economics, University of Baghdad Executive Summary: The informal sector in Iraq is one of the most prominent sectors that employ - skilled and unskilled - manpower. Because the conditions...

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