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Title: The impact of FDI on export performance: Empirical evidence
Authors: Bucevska, Vesna 
Keywords: Exports, foreign direct investment, pooled data
Issue Date: 2014
Publisher: Научно-истраживачки центар Економског факултета Универзитета у Приштини са привременим седиштем у Косовској Митровици
Journal: Ekonomski pogledi – Economic Outlook, Vol. 16. No.4
Abstract: The objective of this paper is to investigate empirically the impact of the FDI inflows on export performance of Macedonia and Turkey. To achieve this objective we use a popular model of export and estimate two models. The first (benchmark) model includes the real effective exchange rate, the potential GDP, trade liberalization and export in the previous year. Along with these explanatory variables, in the second model we include the FDI inflows variable. The results of the benchmark model indicate that trade liberalization has a positive and significant impact on export. The export performance is positively and significantly affected by the last year's exports. The estimated coefficient of real effective exchange rate is not statistically significant. The potential output has a positive impact on the increase of export but it is also statistically not significant. The results of the second model indicate that FDI have a positive impact on export performance of Macedonia and Turkey, but not significant.
Appears in Collections:Faculty of Economics 03: Journal Articles / Статии во научни списанија

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