Aspecte ale eficientei macroeconomice a investitiilor straine directe in Romania
This paper starts with the FDI (Foreign Direct Investments) impact analysis to main macroeconomic indicators (total investments, Gross fixed Capital Formation, GDP, exports, imports, real wage, external debt and external payments balance) in 1995 – 2004 period. There is a lack output trend of those indicators as result of the inconvenient evolution of the efficiency macroeconomic indicators. Also, this study analysis, the relationship between FDI, productivity and labours market related to FDI effects in home country.
Volume (Year): 4(499)(supplement) (2006)
Issue (Month): 4(499)(supplement) (June)
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