Foreign Direct Investment, Production Factors Productivity and Income Inequalities in Selected CEE Countries
Piotr Misztal ()
Baltic Journal of European Studies, 2020, vol. 10, issue 1, 146-172
The issue of global economic inequality has inspired researchers to explore the potential connection between income inequalities and foreign direct investment (FDI), as it is one of the driving forces of globalization. Although there is a large body of theoretical as well as empirical studies linking these variables, the empirical literature on the relationship between FDI, production factors productivity and income inequalities is not conclusive because most scientists treat FDI as uniform. Therefore there is a lack of reliable empirical evidence on the distributional effects of FDI, especially in emerging countries, such as in Central and Eastern Europe (CEE). The research presented in the article fills this gap.
Keywords: foreign direct investments; income inequality; production factors; total factor productivity (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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