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Utjecaj FDI-ja na gospodarski rast europskih tranzicijskih zemalja

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  • Željko Bogdan


    (Faculty of Economics and Business, University of Zagreb)

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    Ekonomska neefikasnost bivših socijalističkih zemalja rezultirala je krahom socijalističkog sustava. Vjerovalo se da će dotok inozemnih ulaganja potaknuti snažniji gospodarski rast ovih zemalja. Zato je u radu napravljena analiza utjecaja stranih direktnih investicija na gospodarski rast odabranih europskih tranzicijskih zemalja u razdoblju od 1990. do 2005. godine. Primjenom panel analize je testirana hipoteza da veći dotok FDI-ja potiče gospodarski rast tranzicijskih zemalja. Rezultati, međutim nisu uspjeli opravdati navedenu hipotezu. Utjecaj FDI-ja na rast pokazao se negativnim, ali ne i statistički značajnim. Pokazalo se da statistički značajnu ulogu na gospodarski rast imaju makroekonomska stabilnost i otvorenost gospodarstva. Rezultati također pokazuju da su na dotok FDI-ja najviše utjecale makroekonomska stabilnost i veličina tržišta.

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    Paper provided by Faculty of Economics and Business, University of Zagreb in its series EFZG Working Papers Series with number 0906.

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    Date of creation: 25 May 2009
    Handle: RePEc:zag:wpaper:0906
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