Dynamic panel estimation models and foreign direct investment in developing countries
by Musa Essayyad; Banamber Mishra; Omar Ahmad Al-Titi
American J. of Finance and Accounting (AJFA), Vol. 6, No. 2, 2020

Abstract: This paper employs the dynamic panel estimation models to provide an empirical update for the investigation of globalisation, corruption, economic freedom and foreign direct investment (FDI). Previous research examined the relationships between FDI and gross domestic product, economic freedom index, corruption perception index, social globalisation index, and political globalisation index. Our current research contributes to the existing literature by employing dynamic panel estimation models to investigate the relationships, using data for 1996-2016, and generating more solid research outcomes on the determinants of FDI for developing countries.

Online publication date: Wed, 14-Oct-2020

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