عنوان مقاله [English]
In the literature of economic growth and development, the economic complexity index is referred to as the characteristic of the production of products known internally, as well as the diversification of exports to the country by one country. The purpose of this study was to investigate the effect of government size and its effectiveness on the economic complexity index in the Organization of the Islamic (OIC) countries during the years 2017-2002, using Generalized Method of Moments (GMM) Estimation. The results showed that the total productivity factors, financial development, and government effectiveness have positive effects on the economic complexity of the selected countries; which is in line with Bamol's theory of growth. Moreover, the impact of government size and gross domestic product on economic complexity is estimated meaningless. Therefore, it is recommended that policymakers improve institutional and economic regimes with the provision of technical knowledge and the creation of appropriate platforms for the use of knowledge of high-tech imported goods in order to have a more diversified export basket containing more sophisticated goods that the power of countries In the field of international economic exchanges, it will take effective action.