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FDI, banking crisis and growth: direct and spill over effects

Brahim Gaies (), Khaled Guesmi and Stéphane Goutte

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Abstract: This study suggests a new decomposition of the effect of Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) on long-term growth in developing countries. It reveals that FDI not only have a positive direct effect on growth, but also increase the latter by reducing the recessionary effect resulting from a banking crisis. Even more, they reduce its occurrence. JEL: F65, F36, G01, G15

Date: 2019-04
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