The Negative Role of Corruption for the Attractiveness of Foreign Direct Investment
Journal of Economics, Management and Trade,
The article examines the relevance of the correlation between the index of corruption perception and the index of the attractiveness of foreign direct investment in the formation and implementation of state investment policy and the impact of development projects of countries that implement analytical formulas of multiple regressions. And we recognize some important drivers and factors of modelling the problems of foreign direct investment, which are associated with attracting into the economy, increasing the attractiveness of its development. The real examples are given related to corruption and foreign direct investment studied by different scientists of the world. The task is set how it will determine how much corruption in the world will affect the attractiveness of foreign investors by means of selected countries.
- Corruption perception index
- investment policy
- world economy
- global investment
- shadow economy
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