Ade S. Nimri


Ade S. NimriAde S. Nimri, on the surface, is an extremely accomplished Senior Accountant and Financial Coordinator, with more than 15 years’ experience in financial, insurance companies and Banks, he considers himself a “Business surgeon” who takes on unhealthy financial situations and makes an endurance athlete out of it., Mr Nimri is a person who influences and persuades top ranking people; whose opinion is highly sought after; and whose judgment is respected and trusted. Mr. Nimri received his B.S. in Banking and Finance in Jordan. It was there that he developed his passion for numbers and figures in Jordan, with a focus on topics such as self-government, political economy and sustainable development. After graduation, he rose through the ranks as a Senior Financial Officer for a few years. In addition to handling the office’s quantitative analysis needs. He wrote many economic and financial papers to publish in international journals around the world. During the most recent siz-year tenure in the financial industry, Mr. Nimri has fed this insatiable interest in academic field and researches by working on his Masters degree in Finance major. His interest in the third world, and desire to prove the creative concept in this world led him to write many articles about the financial issues in Jordan and Middle East and published them. These days Mr. Nimri is planning to finish his PhD in Business Economics soon and wishes to engage with thought leaders and high ranking decision makers in international public policy. He invites top players to challenge him, converse with him, and slog through the mud with him. And his ultimate goal is to become an international adviser, using his drive and untiring commitment to bring greater autonomy and dignity to the people of the developing world. With a PhD in Business Economics, he will be on the ground and in the trenches working towards that cause.

Papers Published in World Economics:

The Impact of Financial Corruption on Economic Performance
Author: Ade S. Nimri

This study aims to evaluate the impact of financial corruption on economic performance in Jordan using time series data over the period 1990–2020. It used the dynamic least squares (DOLS) estimation method to examine the impact between the variables using the Corruption Perception Index (CPI) and Corruption Rank (CR) to measure financial corruption in Jordan. The results confirm that the CPI has a positive impact on economic growth, the Human Development Index, trade openness, population growth and foreign direct investment, while CR has a negative impact on economic growth, foreign direct investment, and trade openness and a positive impact on the Human Development Index and population growth. Finally, the study provides recommendations that refer to the importance of fighting corruption, especially in developing countries.

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Analysing the Dynamic Relationship Between Foreign Direct Investment and Trade Balance

The purpose of this article is to examine the dynamic relationship between FDI and the trade balance in Jordan, by using time series data over the period 1975–2020. In it we used two main variables – Jordan’s trade balance (TB) and foreign direct investment net inflows (FDI) – and two sub-variables – Jordan’s official exchange rate (ER) and the taxes Jordan levies on international trade (T). The results show a long-term relationship between these four variables in Jordan. The results also confirm that there is a negative long-term relationship between FDI, T and TB and a positive long-term relationship between ER and TB. In the short term, the findings confirm that no dynamic short-term relationship exists between FDI and TB. However, there is a significant and negative short-term relationship between T and TB and a significant positive short-term relationship between ER and TB.

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