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Title: The effect of severalmacroeconomic variables on the flow of foreign direct investment in Islamic countries for the period (1993-2012)
Authors: طه بن الحبيب
محمود فوزي شعوبي
Keywords: Foreign Direct Investment
Macroeconomic Variables
Islamic Countries
Issue Date: 2017
Series/Report no.: Number 03 2017;
Abstract: Islamic countries-like other countries of the world -have sought to create a climate in order to attract the maximum amount of foreign direct investment as a source of external funding sources, which are in need of it worked on the adoption of incentive policies and motivational direction of foreign direct investment in the hope of moving the wheel of development has to take advantage of raised by various positive economic. Through the study shows that the Islamic economies overall performance achieved a clear improvement has led to a decline in the competitiveness gap and easier to do business, but that this progress is mainly due to the evolution of the competitive position of countries as a result of the macroeconomic environment improved and the performance of foreign trade, thanks to high oil prices in some countries and employ returns in the development of infrastructure and economic and social structures and building the foundations of the new economy, which made all of Saudi Arabia, Indonesia and India occupies advanced positions within the different variables, in particular foreign direct investment, while the rest of the other Muslim countries occupied the centers of medium to late.
Description: Journal of Quantitative Economics Studies JQES
ISSN: 2437-1033
Appears in Collections:Number 03 /2017

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