Measuring and analyzing the impact of government spending on the poverty rate in Jordan during the period (1990-2020)


The research aims to demonstrate the long-term relationship between government spending and the poverty rate in the economy, by identifying government spending and its importance and identifying economic viewpoints, as well as identifying the theoretical framework for poverty. Analyzing the relationship between the variables of the standard model during the period (1990-2020), equation (3) was chosen as the best model based on the results of the AIC standard, which achieved the largest value for it (-13.2109), and the results recommended that the best test was determined by two time lags, and that the explanatory power of the model reached (93%) of the changes in the explanatory variables were able to explain (93%) of the changes in poverty, as it was found that a decrease in the poverty rate by (1%) leads to a decrease in the unemployment rate by (-0.30), as well as leads to a decrease in the inflation rate by (-2.99).