The Environmental Effects of FDI: Evidence from MENA Countries
Imad Moosa ()
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Imad Moosa: School of Economics, Finance and Marketing, RMIT
No 1321, Working Papers from Economic Research Forum
Empirical work on the environmental effects of FDI has produced a mixed bag of results, with hardly any evidence for MENA countries. A theoretical model is presented, postulating that whether FDI has a positive or negative effect on the environment depends on the position of the underlying country or region on the environmental Kuznets curve. This paper presents results indicating that FDI leads to environmental degradation in MENA countries and that they fall on the rising sector of the EKC. The theoretical model is supported by the empirical results.
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Date: 2019-08-21, Revised 2019-08-21
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