Estimating the FDI Impact on Economic Growth and Export Performances of the European Economies in Transition
Within the last two decades, Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) has been observed as one of the prime instruments in the process of restructuring the European economies in transition. Many scholars argue that FDI is expected to be a source of valuable technology transfer thus might certainly have positive effects on host country development efforts. Nonetheless, there are no clear-cut findings about the FDI genuine performances in supporting the economic growth, productivity and export improvements within the European transition countries. Using a large and comprehensive data set, we will therefore analyze the linkage between FDI and above mentioned variables, so as to recommend national policy appropriate measures aimed at averting negative and strengthening the positive FDI spillovers.
|Date of creation:||Sep 2013|
|Publication status:||Published in The Young Economists Journal, Year VI, No. 11, ISSN: 1583-9982, pp. 115-126, 2008|
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