Mohammad Hashim kazimi, Najibullah Arshad, Mohammad Yahia Merza
Assessing the effect of export on Gross Domestic Products (GDP) in selected developing countries (Tajikistan, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Nepal, Labanon, Azerbaijan, Bangladesh, Bhutan and Sri Lanka) for the period of 2008 to 2013 is an important strategy for economic growth and development. Trade and specially export is an important economic discussion. Due to the increasing importance of export and its income, it is vital to assess its impact on economic growth of the selected countries and further researches are needed to be conducted up on this theme. This paper assesses the impact of export, capital and human resource as explanatory variables on economic growth of the selected countries. Using Panel Data, the impact of each explanatory variables are assessed on the economic growth of the selected countries the result of regression shows that impact of each explanatory variables are positive and statistically significant on economic growth but the coefficients of their impact are different.