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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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Mike Nyamazana Sikwila, Godwell Karedza and Yvonne Lindiwe Sikwila

References Alfaro, L. (2017). Gains from Foreign Direct Investment: Macro and Micro Approaches. World Bank Economic Review, 30 Supplements 1, S2 - S15. Asheghian, P. (2011). Economic Growth Determinants and Foreign Direct Investment Causality in Canada, International Jornal of Business and Social Sciences, 2(11), 1-9. Bean, C. R. (1981). An econometric model of manufacturing investment in the UK, The Economic Journal, 91, 106-121. Blanco, L. (2012). The Spatial Interdependence of FDI in Latin

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Mohammad Amir Anwar

online at http://www.grain.org/article/entries/4576-slideshow-who-s-behind-the-land-grabs. DoA: 11 August 2014 IMF 2014: Coordinated Direct Investment Survey, Available online at http://cdis.imf.org/. DoA: 11 August 2014 Land Matrix 2014: URL http://www.landmatrix.org/en/. DoA: 21 July 2014 Matondi, P., Havenevik, K. and Beyene, A. editors, 2011: Biofuels, land grabbing and food security in Africa, London: Zed Books, pp. 68-89. Mawdsley, E., 2008: Fu Manchu versus Dr Livingstone in the dark continent

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Ioannis A. Tampakoudis, Demetres N. Subeniotis, Ioannis G. Kroustalis and Manolis I. Skouloudakis

References Addison, T., & Heshmati, A. (2003). The new global determinants of FDI flows to developing countries: The importance of ICT and democratization, WIDER Discussion Papers: 2003/45, World Institute for Development Economics, Helsinki. Agarwal, S., & Mohtadi, H. (2004). Financial markets and the financing choice of firms: Evidence from developing countries. Global Finance Journal, 15, 57-70. Agrawal, G. (2015). Foreign Direct Investment and Economic Growth in Brics Economies: A Panel Data Analysis

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Jacob Nielsen Arendt, Chantal Pohl Nielsen and Vibeke Jakobsen

origin, controlling for qualifications acquired in the destination country, and the re-investment hypothesis, by examining the direct impact qualifications acquired in the destination country. 6 Empirical results Descriptive statistics Table 1 contains the means for the main variables used in the analyses. The variables are divided into four groups: immigration characteristics, background demographic characteristics, qualifications from the country of origin and from destination country, respectively, and finally employment status in 2006. Table 1

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Agnieszka Kłysik-Uryszek

References Aliber R. (1970), A Theory of Foreign Direct Investment, in: Ch. Kindleberger (ed.) The international Corporation, MA: MIT Press, Cambridge. Caves R.E. (1971), International corporations: The industrial economics of foreign investment, “Economica”,vol. 38, Issue 149 (February). Dunning J.H. (1981), Explaining the international direct investment position of countries: towards a dynamic or developmental approach, “Weltwirtschaftliches Archiv”, no. 117. Dunning J.H. (1986), The investment

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Ladislav Kruliš

REFERENCES BATHELT, H, MALMBERG, A & MASKELl, P 2004, ‘Clusters and knowledge: local buzz, global pipelines and the process of knowledge creation’, Progress in Human Geography , vol. 28, no. 1, pp. 31-56. BLOMSTRÖM, M, KOKKO, A & MUCCHIELLI, JL 2003 ‘The economics of foreign direct investment incentives’ in Foreign Direct Investment in the Real and Financial Sector of Industrial Countries , Springer, Berlin, pp. 37-60. BORAH, P 2011, ‘Conceptual issues in framing theory: a systematic examination of a decade’s literature’, Journal of

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Eliška Jirásková and Miroslav Žižka

Hongkong and Macao in mainland of China [online]. Chinese Geogrephical science , vol. 7, iss. 4, s. 328 - 338 [ibidem 2011-09-28]. Retrievable from: http://search.proquest.com/docview/204246003/13258520C1F46BDF746/1?accountid=17116. http://search.proquest.com/docview/204246003/13258520C1F46BDF746/1?accountid=17116 Hlaváček, P. (2009). The foreign direct investments in the Ústí region: Theory, actors and space differentiation. E+M Ekonomie a Management. vol. 12, iss. 4, s. 13-27. ISSN 1212-3609. Hnilicová, H

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Sorin Burnete

, (2008). “Is Human Capital Losing from Outsourcing? Evidence for Austria and Poland”. Brakman, S., Garrestsen H. (Eds.). Foreign Direct Investment and the Multinational Enterprise. The MIT Press, 225-89 Sass, M., Fifekova, M.(2011). “Offshoring and Outsourcing Business Services to Central and Eastern Europe: some Empirical and Conceptual Considerations”. European Planning Studies 19, 1593-1609 Zhu, S.C., Trefler, D.(2005). “Trade and inequality in developing countries: a general equilibrium analysis”. Journal of International Economics 65, 21-48

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Anna Tobolska

References Buszko, A. and Vashchenko, M., 2012: Bezpośrednie inwestycje zagraniczne na Ukrainie: rola czynników instytucjonalnych (Foreign direct investment in Ukraine: The role of institutional factors - in Polish). In: Ekonomista, 2012/4, pp. 515-528. Cieślik, A., 2005: Geografia inwestycji zagranicznych. Przyczyny i skutki lokalizacji spółek z udziałem kapitału zagranicznego w Polsce (Geography of foreign investment. Causes and effects of the location of companies with foreign capital participation in Poland - in