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Foreign Direct Investment and Economic Growth in Albania

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Determinants of Foreign Direct Investment: A Review

R eferences 1. Arbatli, E. (2011), Economic Policies and FDI Inflows to Emerging Market Economies. International Monetary Fund Working Paper . 2. Barassi, M., & Zhou, Y. (2012), The effect of corruption on FDI: A parametric and non-parametric analysis. European Journal of Political Economy , Vol. 28, pp. 302-312. 3. Bhardwaj, A., Dietz, J., & Beamish, P. (2007), Host Country Cultural Influences on Foreign Direct Investment. Management International Review, Vol. 47, pp. 29-50. 4. Crespo, N., & Fontoura, M. (2007), Determinant Factors of

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Is Poland Still Attractive for Foreign Investments?

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Does foreign direct investment cause financial sector development – evidence from an emerging economy

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Examining the Influence of Some Macroeconomic Factors on Foreign Direct Investments

R eferences 1. Aissat, Salim., Boulkeroua Lotfi, Lucas Mike and Carien van Mourik (2013), “ Accounting Regulation and IFRS in Islamic Countries , (in: Carien van Mourik, Walton Peter-Ed., The Routledge Companion to Accounting, Reporting and Regulation , Routledge Handbooks Online, https://www.routledgehandbooks.com/doi/10.4324/9780203103203.ch25 . [Accessed 1.09.2016] 2. Alfaro, Laura (2016), “Gains from Foreign Direct Investment: Macro and Micro Approaches World Bank’s ABCDE Conference”, The World Bank Economic Review , pp. 1–14. 3. Alguacil

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The Impact Of Foreign Direct Investment On Turkish Economy 2010–2016

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Vector Error Correction Model on FDI and their Impact in the Republic of Macedonia

References Asiedu, E. (2006). Foreign direct investment in Africa: The role of natural resources, market size, government policy, institutions and political instability. World Economy, 29 (1), 63-77. DOI: 10.1111/j.1467-9701.2006.00758.x Assunchao, S., Forte, R., & Teixeira, A. A. (2011). Location determinants of FDI: a literature review (No. 433). Porto: Universidade do Porto, Faculdade de Economia do Porto. Bastable, C. F. (1897). The theory of international trade: with some of its applications to economic

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Financial Globalisation and Economic Transformation in Africa: Evidence from Nigeria

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Impact of Foreign Direct Investment and Barriers to MNC Supply Chain Integration in Vietnam

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Post-socialist Myanmar and the East Asian Development Model

established in Tianjin and the provinces of Fujian and Guangdong. As a result of economic liberalisation and market reforms, the volume of foreign direct investments in Myanmar increased. In January 2015, PWC [PricewaterhouseCoopers] estimated their aggregate value at USD 50.7 billion; China’s and Hong Kong investments accounting for 40.6% (USD 21.6 billion), Thailand’s 19.3% (USD 10.3 billion), Singapore’s 16% (USD 8.5 billion), Britain’s (together with British tax havens – Bermuda’s and the British Virgin Islands’) 7% (USD 3.7 billion). Next on the list were South Korea

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