Open access peer-reviewed Edited Volume

Perspectives on Economic Development

Public Policy, Culture, and Economic Development

Edited by Ryan Merlin Yonk

North Dakota State University

Co-editor:

Vito Bobek

University of Applied Sciences FH Joanneum

Among the most discussed and contested areas of policy are those that surround economic development. Among the wide universe that is public policy, those policies that claim to enhance economic development have long been viewed as particularly important, and discussions over what the best approaches are have been varied, heated, and often at the core of the success or failure of governments. This volume explores how different policy environments impact economic development in light of the interplay with other factors. From discussion of tax policy in the Russian Federation, to the interplay of economic development and culture in Namibia, to the complex interplay between tourism and extractive industries in the United States, this volume explores a range of policy realities.

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Perspectives on Economic DevelopmentPublic Policy, Culture, and Economic DevelopmentEdited by Ryan Merlin Yonk

Published: June 3rd 2020

DOI: 10.5772/intechopen.82996

ISBN: 978-1-78985-938-6

Print ISBN: 978-1-78985-937-9

eBook (PDF) ISBN: 978-1-78984-647-8

Copyright year: 2020

Books open for chapter submissions

906 Total Chapter Downloads

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1. Why Coevolution of Culture and Institutions Matters for Economic Development and Growth?

By Kyriaki I. Kafka, Pantelis C. Kostis and Panagiotis E. Petrakis

55

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2. Developing Together? Understanding the Interaction between, Amenity-Based Tourism, Agriculture, and Extractive Industries in the Northern Rockies

By Ryan M. Yonk

50

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3. Namibia’s Triple Challenge and Its Economic Development

By Vito Bobek, Jellenz Moritz and Tatjana Horvat

234

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4. Economic, Social, and Environmental Dimensions of Development in Sudan

By Elwasila Mohamed

106

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5. An Analysis of Drivers of International Investment Decisions in South Africa

By Itumeleng Pleasure Mongale and Livhuwani Baloyi

252

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6. Budget Deficit and the Federal Government Debt in Malaysia

By Mohamed Aslam and Raihan Jaafar

93

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7. The Direction of Reforming the Tax System on the Basis of the Scientific Systemonomic Author’s Model: Nalogonomy

By Irina A. Zhuravleva

56

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8. The Financing of Spanish Colonial Commerce in America: The Almojarifazgo and the Port of Veracruz

By Emiliano Gil-Blanco

62

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