Effects of Internal and External Factors on Economic Growth in Emerging Economies: Evidence from CEE Countries
Daniela Neonila Mardiros and
Eastern European Economics, 2023, vol. 61, issue 1, 66-85
This study aims to identify the factors that influence economic growth for 16 countries located in Central and Eastern Europe, from 1995–2019. To obtain the research results, panel data analysis was used, based on econometric models that test the influence of human capital, foreign capital, and domestic capital on economic growth. The analytical data were collected from international databases (i.e.,the World Bank, IMF, and OECD) for the countries included in the study, considering the analyzed period. The main results show that economic growth is not influenced by the inflows of foreign capital, but by domestic investment and trade openness.
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