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Foreign Direct Investment in Emerging Markets: Evidence from Russia since the 2000s

Author(s): Ph.D student Mahir Suleymanov ,
Type: IES Working Papers
Year: 2021
Number: 1
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Published in: IES Working Papers 1/2021
Publishing place: Prague
Keywords: Foreign Direct Investment, economic growth, transition economies, Endogeneity
JEL codes: F21, F43
Suggested Citation: Suleymanov M. (2021): "Foreign Direct Investment in Emerging Markets: Evidence from Russia since the 2000s" IES Working Papers 1/2021. IES FSV. Charles University.
Abstract: This paper aims to analyze the role of FDI inflow in the Russian economy and determine the degree of impact on the economic growth rate. The empirical research captures 2000-2019 years specifying by quarterly time-series. Although, in general, it is considered that the FDI can transmit technology and development to the host country, but this paper shows that in the case of Russia, the role of FDI inflow into the country has an endogenous component, which does not exert a robust impact on the economic growth.
Downloadable: wp_2021_01_suleymanov

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