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Volatility spillover and dynamic co-movement of foreign direct investment between Malaysia and China and developed countries

Mori Kogid (), Jaratin Lily, Rozilee Asid, James M. Alin and Dullah Mulok
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Mori Kogid: Universiti Malaysia Sabah
Jaratin Lily: Universiti Malaysia Sabah
Rozilee Asid: Universiti Malaysia Sabah
James M. Alin: Universiti Malaysia Sabah
Dullah Mulok: Universiti Malaysia Sabah

Quality & Quantity: International Journal of Methodology, 2022, vol. 56, issue 1, No 7, 148 pages

Abstract: Abstract This study delves into the relationship between Malaysia and several countries—China, Singapore, Japan and the United States of America (USA), through FDI relations using the multivariate GARCH model. The annual time series data was used over the period of 1982 to 2017. The study was able to prove statistically, of a significant volatility spillover between Malaysia and China, Singapore, Japan and the USA. The study also found that the relationship between FDI for all these countries varied over time, which was dynamic in nature. Relatively low (weak) correlations occurred between Malaysia and Singapore and Japan, while high (strong) correlations occurred between Malaysia and China and the USA. In addition, the finding also showed that although there was evidence due to significant impacts, both the Asian financial crisis and the global financial crisis did not entirely affect the market trends and the relationship between foreign direct investments across all these countries.

Keywords: FDI; Volatility spillover; Dynamic co-movement; BEKK; DCC; Malaysia (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2022
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DOI: 10.1007/s11135-021-01123-9

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