• Impact of Fdi
    WAIPA WB Extreme Bounds Analysis Foreign Direct Investment Gross Domestic Product Generalized Method of Moments High Performance Asian Economies International Monetary Found Investment Promotion Agencies Least Developed Countries Mergers and Acquisitions Multinational Companies Official Development...
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  • Branding Ethiopia
    relevance to the context of Ethiopia. In dealing with the topic, the following concepts are underpinning the study: View Point One: SWOT Analysis View Point Two: Porter’s Diamond: Determinants of National Competitive Advantage (Hill, 2007) View Point Three: Resource Based View of...
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  • Fdi in Vietnam
    of the determinants, a result that is probably due to the limited time-series available for analysis. It is also worth noting that GDP growth, tax rates and trade openness (usually defined as export plus import as a percentage of GDP), were never significant in any regression model tested. As was...
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  • The Determinant of Economics Growth in the Emerging Markets the Case Study of China
    ) method is applied in order to estimate a growth model using a time series data from 1984 to 2009. The results shows that trade openness, government size and inflation have a significant effect on economic growth. On the other hand, foreign direct investments, the level of human capital and return on...
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  • The Impact of Foreign Debts on Inflation & Investment Behavior in Pakistan
    . In section III an economic package for the revival of the growth rate of the Pakistani economy is presented. Section IV brings together all the conclusions emerging from the analysis. II. Determinants of Private Investment In Pakistan, GDP growth has decreased and at the same time gross...
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  • The Determinant of Economics Growth in the Emerging Markets the Case Study of China
    ’ View, Determinants of economic performance, p7-10 Halit Yanikkaya (2002), Trade openness and economic growth: a cross-country empirical investigation, Journal of Development Economics 72 (2003) 57– 89 Gujarati (2004), Basic Econometrics, Fourth, Time series econometrics: some basic concepts...
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  • Fdi and Nigeria Ecenomy
    main channels through which FDI can bring about economic growth. The first is through the release it affords from the binding constraint of domestic savings. In this case, foreign direct investment augments domestic savings in the process of capital accumulation. Second, FDI is the main conduit...
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  • The Impact of Foreign Direct Investment on Nigeria Economic Growth
    chapter presents times series data on FDI and Real GDP for the study periods of 1990 to 2009. It presents the result of the ordinary least square regression models; the growth pattern of the variables in form of chart is also presented in this chapter This chapter shows the analysis of the data...
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  • Econ
    higher yields on irrigated land, perhaps more per capita irrigation will be needed in 2025 than in 1990. The projections do not provide for excess irrigation supplies for times of drought. The country-level analysis ignores regional differences within countries. It is small consolation to a farmer in the...
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  • Fdi and Economic Growth in the Oriented Economy of Fiji.
    of Criteria for estimating the order of a vector autoregressive process. Journal of Time Series Analysis, 6(35-52). Magnus, F. J., & Fosu, O.-A. E. (2008). Bivariate causaity analysis between FDI Inflows and economic growth in Ghana. International Research Journal of Finance and Economics(15), 104...
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  • Impact of Foreign Direct Investment on Economic Development
    application of co-integration technique to time series data representing RGDP and some macro variables. The error correction approach to regression analysis was used and the results generally gave a priori conceptual evidence on these determinants. 5.3 FINDINGS The result of this analysis suggests...
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  • Researcher
    = = Market Liquidity Gross Domestic Product 4.0 Results/Findings From the analysis/results, broad money velocity, also called monetization ratio represented by M2/GDP had a positive non- significant impact on gross domestic product growth rate in Nigeria (t = .185, coefficient of BMV = .919...
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  • Fdi Investment
    determinants of FDI from the United States and Japan in China using a regional data set. They find that the absolute level of Gross Domestic Product (GDP) has a significant positive impact on inflows of FDI from all sources. Billington (1999) stresses that, besides a high GDP, the growth of an...
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  • Determinants of Agricultural Export Trade: Case of Fresh Pineapple Exports from Ghana
    exporting nations (as minor exporters are mostly price takers). In their analysis on the determinants of cocoa and rubber exports from Nigeria, [9] discovered a significant negative association between domestic consumption and export growth for both cocoa and rubber. Similarly, in assessing the...
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  • Interest Rate Forecasting Using Regression Analysis
    , 14-day, 1-month repurchase rates • 3-month, 6 month, 12 months deposit rates Long-term (more than 1 year) • Government/corporate bond rates • Bank lending rates Trend determinants of real interest rates • Saving and Investment • Demographic factors • Returns to capital...
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  • Foreign Direct Investment and Foreign Trade Regimes
    equation used in the empirical analysis is: (5) Y = manufacturing gross domestic product (in log form) L = (+) manufacturing labor force (in log form) K = (+) gross manufacturing capital stock as a percentage of manufacturing GDP H = (+) public education and...
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  • Proposal on Deteriminants of Food Security
    Agricultural Organization of United States FDRE Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia FSPP Federal Food Security Strategy GDP Gross Domestic product Ha Hectare HO Head office HU...
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  • Capital Flight and the Nigerian Economic Recession Indicators: an Econometric Anaysis (1981 – 2004)
    that at long-term, capital flight tends to reduce gross domestic product (GDP) growth. Especially in developing countries, domestic savings diverted into foreign holdings will not result in domestic investment and when this occurs, investors will not be attracted to such economy. This is especially...
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  • Foreign Direct Investment, Exchange Rate, and Their Roles in Economic Growth of Developing Countries: Empirical Evidence from India
    between FDI and the real exchange rate more formally. At a broader level, our analysis points to a need for future researchers to incorporate possible interdependence in FDI over time when they examine the determinants of FDI. Doing so will strengthen the robustness of their findings. 17...
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  • Comparative Analysis of Financial Performance of Public and Private Banks(Case Study)
    ) Both investors and managers look at available financial data in two ways when conducting their analysis: in cross-sectional and in time series. Cross-sectional analysis Most financial ratios mean little when viewed in isolation. For example, return on asset measures the amount of the return from...
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