The Impact of FDI on the Economic Growth of the ASEAN-5 Economies, 1970-94: A Comparative Dynamic Multiplier Analysis from a Small Model with Emphasis on Liberalisation
Empirical studies based on structural models have demonstrated that FDI stimulates the economic growth process of developing host countries through its positive spillover effects. In this study we empirically investigate the dynamic impact on policy variables on FDI and its spillover effects variables and consequently the economic growth process of the ASEAN-5 Economies (1970-1994).
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