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Inward Foreign Direct Investment: A Case Study of Pakistan

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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Foreign Direct Investment Inflows into Zimbabwe

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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Indian foreign direct investments in Africa: a geographical perspective

online at DoA: 11 August 2014 IMF 2014: Coordinated Direct Investment Survey, Available online at DoA: 11 August 2014 Land Matrix 2014: URL 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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Determinants of Foreign Direct Investment in Middle-Income Countries: New Middle-Income Trap Evidence

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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The importance of origin and destination country skills for labour market attachment of immigrants from Pakistan, Iran and Turkey

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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Equity Investments vs. Debt Investments – What Drives OFDI in Polish Industry

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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Mass media image of selected instruments of economic develepment

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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The Significance of Business Localization Factors in the Czech Republic

Hongkong and Macao in mainland of China [online]. Chinese Geogrephical science , vol. 7, iss. 4, s. 328 - 338 [ibidem 2011-09-28]. Retrievable from: 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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On The East-West Trade in Skill Intensive Tasks: Theory vs. Evidence

, (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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Structure of foreign investment in the industry of Poland at the beginning of the second decade of the 21st century

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

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