The Influence of Foreign Direct Investment on Domestic Investment Processes in Latvia
The primary aim of the paper is to estimate the extent of FDI influence on domestic investment processes in Latvia. Author analyses the theoretical issues of FDI effect on capital formation process in the host economy. The results of econometric analysis of the total investment model presented in this paper show the evidence of crowding out long-term effect of FDI on investment in Latvia.
|Date of creation:||Sep 2005|
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|Publication status:||Published in Transport and Telecommunication 1.7(2006): pp. 76-83|
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