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Foreign Direct Investment Impact on Economic Indicators of the Baltic Countries

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The Impact of Foreign Direct Investment from Major Source Countries on Turkish Trade with the European Union

References Abe, S. 1983. "ASEAN Dilemma: An Analysis of Interdependence between Japan and the ASEAN Countries", Sekai Keizai Hyoron, 27 (4): 10-16. Arndt, H.W. 1974. "Professor Kojima on the Macroeconomics of Foreign Direct Investment", Hitotsubashi Journal of Economics, 15: 26-35. Bayoumi, T., P. Isard., S.A. Symansky. and T. Ito. 1996. "Exchange Rate Movements and Their Impacts on Trade and Investment in the APEC Region", IMF Occasional Papers No. 145

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Historical Legacies and Foreign Direct Investment in Bosnia and Herzegovina

References Balasubramanyam' V.N, M. Salisu' David Sapsford. 1999. Foreign Direct Investment as an Engine of Growth. Journal of International Trade and Economic Development. 8(1) 27-40. Bandelj, Nina. 2002. How EU Integration and Legacies Mattered for Foreign Direct Investment into Central and Eastern Europe. Europe-Asia Studies. 62 (3), 481-501. Bandelj, Nina. 2010. Embedded Economies: Social Relations as Determinants of Foreign Direct Investment in Central and Eastern Europe

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Foreign Direct Investment and Human Capital Formation

moderating role of education in the relationship between FDI and entrepreneurial activity. Small Business Economics , 1–19. Blomstrom, M., & Kokko, A. (2003). Human capital and inward FDI. Working Paper , 167. Chigunta, F. (2002). Youth Entrepreneurship: Meeting the Key Challenges, European Youth Forum Position Paper on Youth Entrepreneurship. Deyo, F. C. (1989). Beneath the Miracle: Labor Substitution in the New Asian Industrialism . Berkeley: University of California Press. Dunning, J. H. (2002). Determinants of Foreign Direct Investment

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Determinants Of Foreign Direct Investment In Transition Economies, With Special Reference To Macedonia: Evidence From Gravity Model

): 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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Does Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) Contribute to Poverty Reduction? Empirical Evidence from Central European and Western Balkan Countries

References Aaron, C., 1999. The contribution of FDI to poverty alleviation . Paper presented at the FIAS conference in Singapore. https://goo.gl/G5gDU7 . 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. http://dx.doi.org/10.5296/ifb.v4i2.11987 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

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The Impact of Foreign Direct Investment on the Romanian Labour Market: New Evidence from a Pooled Model

. Ayanwale, A. B., & A. S. Bamire. (2001). The Influence of FDI on Firm Level Productivity of Nigeria’s Agro/Agro-Allied Sector. Final Report Presented to the African Economic Research Consortium, Nairobi. Bedi, A., S., & Cielik, A. (2002). Wages and growth in Poland: The role of foreign direct investment, Economics of Transition , 10 (1), 1-27. Bellak, C., Leibrecht, M., & Riedl, A., (2008). Labour costs and FDI flows into Central and Eastern European countries: a survey of the literature and empirical evidence, Structural Change and Economic Dynamics

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The Analysis of Investment Environment and Foreign Direct Investment Prognostication: Lithuanian Case

References Agrawal, G., & Khan, A. (2011). Impact of FDI on GDP: A Comparative Study of China and India. International Journal of Business and Management, 6(10), 71-79. http://dx.doi.org/10.5539/ijbm.v6n10p71 Alam, A., & Shah, S. (2013). Determinants of foreign direct investment in OECD member countries. Journal of Economic Studies, 40(4), 515-527. http://dx.doi.org/10.1108/JES-10-2011-0132 Bhattacharyya, S. (2012). Legal regimes governing foreign direct investment (FDI) in host countries. Advocates for

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Impact of foreign direct investment on lower silesia’s economic development

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The paper presents research results concerning the impact of foreign direct investments on the economic development of Lower Silesia in the years 1999-2011. The first year analysed is 1999 - the year in which the new administrative division was introduced into Poland, where the number of provinces was reduced from 49 to 16, with 314 districts and 65 cities being given district rights (including communes which also accomplish the tasks of the district).1 The research takes into account the most important macroeconomic indicators presenting the region’s development, such as the GDP and investment and employment levels. These indices are based on data from the Statistical Office in Wrocław and the Central Statistical Office of Poland (GUS). Data on companies and entities with foreign capital have been correlated with the above-mentioned indicators to evaluate the foreign investment influence on the region’s economy

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Direct Foreign Investment in Peripheral Regions: A Case Study of the Lublin Voivodship

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Subject and purpose of work: The subject of analysis and evaluation are foreign direct investments (FDI) in Poland with particular emphasis on the Lublin Voivodship as a peripheral region. The aim of the paper is to present the investment attractiveness of the voivodship, the state of investment and ways to enhance the investment attractiveness of the region.

Materials and methods: This paper is based on statistical data from the Central Statistical Office (GUS), the National Bank of Poland (NBP) and other institutions, as well as published literature of this topic.

Results: This paper presents theoretical foundations of foreign investments, characteristics of the inflow of foreign direct investments to Poland in the years 2000-2017, their origin and directions of their use and distribution in the country. FDI is presented in detail in Lublin Voivodship, which is considered to be a peripheral region of Poland and the European Union.

Conclusions: FDI inflow to Poland was uneven in time, and investments were concentrated in the Masovian Voivodship and a few other voivodships of Western and Central Poland. Lublin Voivodship, despite activities increasing its investment attractiveness, still has unused opportunities for application of foreign investments.

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