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This study is an attempt to examine the impact of foreign direct investment on economic growth in Asian countries. We did our analysis in the panel framework during to We also examined the nonlinearities associated with foreign direct investment and exports in the economic growth process of Asian countries under consideration. We find that both foreign direct investment and exports enhance growth process. In addition, labour and capital also play an important role in the growth of Asian countries.
The study employs the autoregressive distributed lag ARDL approach to examine the relationship between foreign direct investment FDI in the mining sector on the Zimbabwe economy, while controlling for both non-mining FDI and domestic investment. Mining FDI is revealed to have relatively higher effects as compared to FDI in non-mining sector and domestic investment. The short-run analysis observed that mining FDI as well as non-mining and domestic investment still has positive and significant impacts on growth but at a relatively lower extent. This implies that it takes some time for such investments to have their full effect on the economy. Foreign direct investment FDI is crucial for developing nations like Zimbabwe.
The purpose of this paper is to investigate the impact of foreign direct investment FDI on economic growth in countries in South America. Additionally, the study explores the causal linkage between FDI and growth in the region. Further, the study employs the vector error correction model VECM to examine the long-run relationship, and the causal nexus between FDI and economic growth in South America for the period — The Pedroni cointegration test establishes a long-run relationship between FDI and economic growth in a panel of ten countries in South America. The long-run estimates of the study find a significant positive impact of FDI on economic growth in the region. The error-term is negative and significant.
Foreign direct investment and institutional stability: who drives whom? Ishaq Mustapha Akinlaso 1. Purpose: The purpose of this paper is to examine the relationship between foreign direct investment FDI flows and institutional stability. The focus country is Canada. It is one of the few countries where the economy remained relatively stable compared to other economies during the Global Financial Crisis. It is crucial for Canada to determine the optimal level of institutional development to attract more FDI and sustain the sound financial stability in future.
This study clarifies the role of foreign direct investment FDI compared to foreign loans and domestic savings in short- and long-term economic growth of Indonesia. Data were obtained from World Bank and Bank Indonesia and used in error correction model to explain the linkage between predictors and economic growth. We show that in the short run, the three explanatory variables significantly affect economic growth. In the long run, compared to FDI and foreign loans, domestic savings positively and significantly affect economic growth. This study emphasizes the importance of sustaining domestic savings to maintain the stability of economic fundamentals in the long term.
Scientific Research An Academic Publisher. In the period of liberalization and globalization, trade openness and foreign direct investment FDI have developed as major incentives to economic growth and development in developing economies. FDI serves as an important source of funds for domestic investment thus, promoting capital formation in the host country .
The growth of international business facilitates foreign direct investment FDI and is driven by economic and technological factors. While foreign investors benefit by utilizing their assets and resources efficiently through FDI, the recipients benefit by acquiring technologies and by getting involved in international production and trade networks. It is now widely recognized that economic uncertainties compel a firm to look for markets in other geographical locations. For example, an unstable exchange rate, high interest rate, poor human capital, restrictions on trade and technological backwardness of the country all contribute to the increased cost of production in the home market. Because of the higher production cost, firms may engage in FDI to exploit location advantages of a country.
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The two-way link between foreign direct investment and growth for India is explored using a structural cointegration model with vector error correction mechanism. Foreign direct investment and growth in India: a cointegration approach References · Citations; Metrics; Reprints & Permissions · PDF.