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The Effects of Foreign Direct Investment on the Accumulation of Human Capital in Developing Countries: Are There Implications for Future Growth?

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  • Dexter Gittens

    (Department of Economics, Fordham University)

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  • Dexter Gittens, . "The Effects of Foreign Direct Investment on the Accumulation of Human Capital in Developing Countries: Are There Implications for Future Growth?," Fordham Economics Dissertations, Fordham University, Department of Economics, number 2006.3, November.
  • Handle: RePEc:frd:theses:2006.3
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    1. Muhammad Asali & Adolfo Cristobal-Campoamor & Avner Shaked, 2016. "Local human capital formation and optimal FDI," The Journal of International Trade & Economic Development, Taylor & Francis Journals, vol. 25(5), pages 691-705, August.
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    3. Vasile Alecsandru STRAT, 2014. "The Relationship Between Foreign Direct Investment And The Higher Education System In Romania," Journal of Social and Economic Statistics, Bucharest University of Economic Studies, vol. 3(1), pages 10-24, JULY.

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