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Škola biznisa
2018, br. 2, str. 98-116
jezik rada: engleski
vrsta rada: pregledni članak
objavljeno: 18/04/2019
doi: 10.5937/skolbiz2-20968
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Stubovi konkurentnosti kao determinante priliva stranih direktnih investicija u zemljama domaćinima - pregled empirijskih studija u kojima je primenjena panel analiza
Novi Sad School of Business, Novi Sad

e-adresa: bilja.l.stankov@gmail.com

Sažetak

Naučna literatura je veoma bogata emprijskim studijama u kojima se, primenom različitih ekonometrijskih metoda, istražuju determinante stranih direktnih investicija (SDI). S druge strane, postoji skroman broj studija koje se bave stubovima ili drugim elementima konkurentnosti kao ključnim determinantama priliva stranih direktnih investicija u zemljama domaćinima. Cilj rada jeste da se pregledom pomenutih studija ukaže na značaj istraživanja ove problematike, istaknu prednosti ekonometrijske metodologije u oblasti analize regresionih panel modela primenjenih u ovim istraživanjima, i dođe do zaključka koji se stubovi konkurentnosti najčešće pojavljuju kao determinante priliva stranih direktnih investicija. Iscrpnim pregledom odabranih istraživačkih studija koje se, primenjujući istu metodologiju, bave istraživanim problemom, autori rada su želeli da postave sigurnu osnovu za buduća istraživanja iz date oblasti i time pruže doprinos obogaćivanju naučne literature.

Ključne reči

strane direktne investicije; zemlja domaćin; panel analiza; determinante stranih direktnih investicija

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