The Impact of FDI and Regioanl Economic Integration on the Economic Growth of the ASEAN-5 Economies, 1970-1994: A Comparative Analysis from a Small Structural Model
Until three decades ago, FDI was associated with negative perceptions, but recent experiences have brought an awareness that it stimulates the economic growth process through its positive spillover effects. The empirical study invsestigates whether FDI in fact, caused spillover effects which have led to the economic growth of the ASEAN-5 economies (1970-1994), and, if that is so, whether the ASEAN Preferential Trade Agreement (APTA) had a significant effect in attracting FDI to region.
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