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Evidence on the Determinants of Foreign Direct Investment: The Case of Three European Regions

By Lionel Artige and Rosella Nicolini

Abstract

This study aims at analyzing the determinants of FDI (foreign direct investment) inflows for a group of European regions. The originality of this approach lies in the use of disaggregated regional data. First, we develop a qualitative description of our database and discuss the importance of the macroeconomic determinants in attracting FDI. Then, we provide an econometric exercise to identify the potential determinants of FDI. In spite of choosing regions presenting economic similarities, we show that regional FDI inflows rely on a combination of factors that differs from one region to another.Foreign Direct Investment, Productivity, Regions

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