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A magyarországi tőkeimportot befolyásoló tényezők újraértelmezése
[Reinterpretation of the factors influencing capital imports into Hungary]

  • Katona, Klára
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    A tanulmány célja azoknak a tényezőknek az azonosítása, amelyek hozzájárultak Ma gyarország tőkepiaci versenyképességének fenntartásához, és az elmúlt másfél évti zedben hatottak az országba érkező tőkebefektetésekre. A szakirodalom szerint ki emelt szerepet játszó tényezők közül fontos csoportot alkotnak az UNCTAD által kidol gozott, az országok tőkevonzó képességének meghatározására szolgáló index ele mei. Az indexbe foglalt makrotényezők azonban nem érintenek olyan fontos és meg határozó elemeket, amelyek a térségben központi szerepet játszottak a külföldi be fektetők idevonzásában. Ezek a kiemelt hatótényezők: a privatizáció, az adópoliti ka és a munkaerő minőségének és árának viszonya. Journal of Economic Literature (JEL) kód: G11.

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    Volume (Year): LIII (2006)
    Issue (Month): 11 ()
    Pages: 986-1001

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