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Determinants of, and relation between, foreign direct investment and growth

Ewe-Ghee Lim

Determinants of, and relation between, foreign direct investment and growth

a summary of the recent literature

by Ewe-Ghee Lim

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Published by International Monetary Fund, Middle Eastern Department in [Washington, D.C.] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Investments, Foreign.,
  • Economic development.,
  • Causation.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementEwe-Ghee Lim.
    SeriesIMF working paper -- WP/01/175
    ContributionsInternational Monetary Fund. Middle Eastern Dept.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination27 p. ;
    Number of Pages27
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL20590380M

    technique was employed to analyze the relationship between foreign direct investment and its determinants. The results reveal that the market size of the host country, deregulation, political instability, and exchange rate depreciation are the main determinants of foreign direct investment in Nigeria. TheCited by: The Economic Determinants of Foreign Direct Investment Many factors help to explain why the growth of FDI was particularly pronounced in developing countries in Intense competitive pressures in many industries are leading firms to explore new ways of .

    Institutional Determinants of Foreign Direct Investment Such link could be seen as one channel through which institutions promote productivity growth. Indeed, good institutions are supposed to exert their positive influence on deve-lopment through the promotion of investment in general, which faces less uncertainty and higher expected rates of.   Based on the latest official data, this book adopts a panel data approach to the analysis of the national and regional determinants of inward FDI in China and its impact on regional economic growth, labor productivity and international trade. The Chinese evidence shows that FDI, international trade and economic-growth are by:

    Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) is an important topic for developing nations as it brings with it economic development, access to managerial skills, financial resources, marketing expertise, and leads to increased employment. This type of investment occurs when a firm invests to produce a product. Despite the growing interest in foreign direct investment (FDI), substantial uncertainty still exists regarding what stimulates foreign investors to operate in a foreign market. Besides, most of the previous studies have attributed the determinants of direct investments to File Size: KB.


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Determinants of, and relation between, foreign direct investment and growth by Ewe-Ghee Lim Download PDF EPUB FB2

Determinants of, and the Relation between, Foreign Direct Investment and Growth A Summary of the Recent Literature IMF Working Paper No.

01/ 28 Pages Posted: 3 Feb Cited by: Downloadable. This paper summarizes recent arguments/findings on two aspects of foreign direct investment (FDI): its correlation with economic growth and its determinants. The first part focuses on recent literature regarding positive spillovers from FDI while the second deals with the determinants of FDI.

The paper finds that while substantial support exists for positive spillovers from FDI. Title: Determinants of, and the Relation Between, Foreign Direct Investment and Growth: A Summary of the Recent Literature Created Date: 11/19/ PM. This study investigates the relationship between exports, foreign direct investments (FDI) and economic growth in five Eurozone countries (Greece, Portugal, Ireland, Spain, and Italy) using panel.

Determinants of, and the relation between, foreign direct investment and growth: a summary of the recent literature. [Ewe-Ghee Lim; International Monetary Fund. Middle Eastern Department.] -- This paper summarizes recent arguments/findings on two aspects of foreign direct investment (FDI): its correlation with economic growth and its determinants.

The Determinants of Foreign Direct Investment-Empirical Evidence from Bahrain Ahmad Mohammad Obeid Gharaibeh Assistant Professor Dept.

of Banking and Finance Ahlia University Foreign direct investment and growth book of Bahrain Abstract The main purpose of this study is to examine the main determinants of foreign direct investment (FDI) inflows into a host Size: KB.

By bridging the gap between domestic savings and investment and bringing the latest technology and management know-how from developed countries, foreign direct investment (FDI) can play important role in achieving rapid economic growth in the developing countries.

The fact is that FDI mostly flows foreign direct investment and growth book the developed countries and only a small portion of FDI flows to a limited number of. The study of Mottaleb () was about “determinants of foreign direct Investment and its impact on economic growth in developing countries”; i t aimed to find out the relationship between the.

_____Determinants of Foreign Direct Investment in India 85 Expected Theoretical Relationship between FDI and its Determinants There are so many determinants of FDI in the economy as suggested by existing literature available on this issue.

There is need to know the expected relationFile Size: KB. Determinants of Foreign Direct Investment Bruce A. Blonigen and Jeremy Piger NBER Working Paper No. January JEL No. C52,F21,F23 ABSTRACT Empirical studies of bilateral foreign direct investment (FDI) activity show substantial differences in specifications with little agreement on the set of covariates that are (or should be) included.

Keywords: Foreign direct investment, Developing countries, Economic models, Emerging markets, Gross domestic product Suggested Citation: Suggested Citation Walsh, James P. and Yu, Jiangyan, Determinants of Foreign Direct Investment: A Sectoral and Institutional Approach (July ).Cited by: This paper summarizes recent arguments/findings on two aspects of foreign direct investment (FDI): its correlation with economic growth and its determinants.

The first part focuses on recent literature regarding positive spillovers from FDI while the second deals with the determinants of FDI. The paper finds that while substantial support exists for positive spillovers from FDI, there is no. Determinants of Foreign Direct Investment Bruce A.

Blonigen, Jeremy Piger. NBER Working Paper No. Issued in January NBER Program(s):International Trade and Investment Program Empirical studies of bilateral foreign direct investment (FDI) activity show substantial differences in specifications with little agreement on the set of covariates that are (or should be) included.

This study uses industry level foreign direct investment (FDI) data from 57 countries –, to examine the host country determinants of FDI flows in services as a whole, and in the major service industries.

Institutional quality and democracy appear more important for FDI in services than general investment risk or political by: Determinants of Foreign Direct Investment in Developing Countries: A Comparative Analysis Khondoker Abdul Mottaleba Kaliappa Kalirajanb Abstract By bridging the gap between domestic savings and investment and bringing the latest technology and management know-how from developed countries, foreign direct investment (FDI) can play an.

The Determinants and Impacts of Foreign Direct Investment Accolley, Delali 21 October Supervisor: Dr. Joe Pearlman Some theories on the determinants and impac ts of Foreign Direc t Investment (FDI) are presented and c ritic ally disc ussed.

The Determinants and Impacts of Foreign Direct Investment. Determinants of Foreign Direct Investment: A Sectoral and Institutional Approach Prepared by James P. Walsh and Jiangyan Yu July Abstract This Working Paper should not be reported as representing the views of the IMF.

The views expressed in this Working Paper are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily representCited by: Determinants of foreign direct investment Bruce A. Blonigen University of Oregon Jeremy Piger University of Oregon Abstract.

Empirical studies of bilateral foreign direct investment (FDI) activity show substantial differences in specifications with little agreement on the set of included co-variates.

"Determinants of, and the Relation Between, Foreign Direct Investment and Growth; A Summary of the Recent Literature," IMF Working Papers 01/, International Monetary Fund.

Bruce Blonigen, " A Review of the Empirical Literature on FDI Determinants," Atlantic Economic Journal, Springer;International Atlantic Economic Society, vol.

33(4. Foreign Direct Investment Foreign direct investment (F DI) is regarded as a factor that drives economic growth (W ang, ). It is established when a firm takes a controlling interest in a foreign company or markets its products in a foreign country or when a firm invests directly in facilities to produce products (Da niels, ).

Investment in capital is an important ingredient in the growth process. Countries lacking capital accumulation and technological progress usually grow much slower than countries with high investment rate and huge research and development (R & D) expenditures.

Through foreign direct investment (FDI), Multinational Corporations (MNCs) canCited by: 7. Empirical Relationship between Foreign Direct Investment and Economic Growth: An ARDL Co-integration Approach for China, ChinaFinance Review International, 3(1), Demirhan, E., &Masca, M.

(). Determinants of foreign direct investment flows to developing countries: a cross-sectional analysis. Prague economic papers, 4(), 1. Introduction. Cross-border investment by multinational firms is one of the most salient features of today’s global economy.

Many countries see attracting foreign direct investment (FDI) as an important element in their strategy for economic development because FDI is widely regarded as an amalgamation of capital, technology, marketing, and by: