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Lucia Fraticiu

7. References Biró, D.(2013): Contemporary international relations. Central themes in world politics, Polirom Publishing House, Iași. Bîrsan, M., Mașca, S.G.(2012): Foreign direct investment: from the eclectic paradigm (OLI) to the paradigm of investment development (IDP) , The Publishing House of the University Al.I.Cuza, Iași. Caraganciu, A., Cărare, A., Tverdun, L., Costandache, Gh. (2006): Changing economy: research and opinions, IEFS, Chișinău. Ciobanu, M., (2015), Determinant factors of direct foreign investment . Engineering

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Ivo Gulbis

References Akkermans, D. H. M. (2017). Net Profit Flow per Country From 1980 to 2009: The Long-Term Effects of Foreign Direct Investment. PLoS ONE, 12(6), e0179244. Andonova, V. G., Nikolov, M., Dimovska, G., & Mitevski, I. (2016). Benefits and Costs From Foreign Direct Investments in the Technological Industrial Development Zones Case: Macedonia in the Period 2007-2014 Center for Economic Analyses - C ЕА Skopje, 1-42. Retrieved from

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Muhammad Khan, Hee Young Lee and Jung Han Bae

References Arslan, M. (2010). Pakistani Foreign Direct Investment Declines by 44%. Balasubramanyam, V. N., Salisu, M., & Sapsford, D. (1996). Foreign direct investment and growth in EP and IS countries. The economic journal , 92-105. Briefs, U. I. (2009). Global FDI in Decline Due to the Financial Crisis, and a Further Drop Expected: Investment Issues Analysis Branch of UNCTAD. Cali, M., Massa, I., & te Velde, D. W. (2008). The global financial crisis: financial flows to developing countries set to fall by one quarter. London: ODI

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Monica Roman and Vasile Alecsandru Strat

their Effects: A Comprehensive Review on the Romanian Case. IZA Discussion Paper No. 10445. Asiedu, E. (2002), ‘On the Determinants of Foreign Direct Investment to Developing Countries: Is Africa Different?’, World Development, Vol. 30, pp. 107-119. Asiedu, E. (2006), ‘Foreign direct investment in Africa: The role of natural resources, market size, government policy, institutions and political instability’, World Economy, Vol. 29, No. 1, pp. 63-77. Aziz, A. T. and Uddin, S. Al-H. (2009), ‘Immigration and International Trade: Cross Country Evidence

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Michał Zdziarski, Justyna Światowiec-Szczepańska, Mike Troilo and Łukasz Małys

Science, 22(5): 1168-1181, Boudier-Bensebaa, F. (2008). FDI-assisted development in the light of the investment development path paradigm: evidence from Central and Eastern European countries. Transnational Corporations, 17(1): 37-69. Brutton, G., Ahlstrom, D. and Obloj, K. (2008). Entrepreneurship in Emerging Economies: Where Are We Today and Where Should the Research Go in the Future? Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice, 32(1): 1-14,

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Bardhyl Dauti

): 277-297 Arellano, M., Bover, O. 1995. Another Look at the Instrumental Variable Estimation of Error-Components Models. Journal of Econometrics 68 (1): 29–51. Baldwin, R., Taglioni, D. 2006. Gravity for dummies and dummies for gravity equations. National Bureau of Economic Research. Working Paper 12516, NBER Bevan, A., Estrin, S. 2000. The Determinants of Foreign Direct Investment in Transition Economies. William Davidson Institute. Working Paper 342. Bevan, A., Estrin, S. 2004. The determinants of foreign direct investment into European

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Cordelia Onyinyechi Omodero

References 1. Alemu, A.M., (2012), Effects of corruption on FDI inflow in Asian Economics, Seoul Journal of Economics, 25(4), pp. 387-412 2. Barassi, R., Zhou, Y., (2012), The effect of corruption on FDI: A parametric and nonparametric analysis, European Journal of Political Economy, 28(3), pp. 302-312 3. Bardhan, P., (1997), Corruption and development: a review of issues, Journal of Economic Literature, 35(3), pp. 1320-1346 4. Bayar, Y., Alakbarov, N., (2016), Corruption and foreign direct investment inflows in emerging market economies

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Mercy T. Musakwa and Nicholas M. Odhiambo

References 1. AU, (2015), AU in a Nutshell, [Online] Available from , [Accessed 10 July 2015] 2. Bashoff, T., Sihlolo, W., and Ntombela, S., (2018), Redistribution of agricultural land: Expropriation without compensation, Debate, [Online] Available from , [Accessed 7 April 2019] 3. Borensztein, E., de Gregono, J., Lee, J., (1998), How does foreign direct investment affect economic growth? Journal of International Economics 45(1), pp. 115-135 4. Busse, M., Groizard, J.L., (2006), Foreign Direct Investment

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Artur Klimek

1 Introduction For many years, services attracted most of the foreign direct investment (FDI) in Central and Eastern European countries (CEECs). Recently, a distinctive type of business services, i.e., advanced business services (ABS), has become the focal point in FDI in the region. These services are also described as knowledge-intensive business services (KIBS). ABS include business process outsourcing (BPO), shared service centers (SSC), information technology (IT) outsourcing (ITO), and research and development (R&D) centers. The first investments of

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Mehmed Ganić

References Aaron, C., 1999. The contribution of FDI to poverty alleviation . Paper presented at the FIAS conference in Singapore. . Arabyat, Y. A., 2017. The Impact of Foreign Direct Investment on Poverty Reduction in the Developing Countries. International Finance and Banking, 4 (2), 92-111. Baltagi, B. H., 2005. Econometric Analysis of Panel Data (3rd ed. ed.). New York: John Wiley & Sons Inc. Blomström, M., Kokko, A., and Globerman, S., 2001. The determinants of host