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Factorii determinanţi ai fluxurilor străine directe de investiţii în Uniunea Europeană

Determinant Factors of Foreign Direct Investments Flows in the European Union
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Ciumac, Corina

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Abstract Attracting of foreign direct investments (FDI) has becoming increasingly researched worldwide as they contribute to the economic growth of countries. The most important factors determining the choice of firms to expand internationally through FDI are: access to local resources, access to the domestic market, a high level of efficiency and strategic asset acquisition. The FDI flows of the European Union are still influenced by the global economic and financial crisis. In 2012 the FDI outflows decreased with 53 % as compared to 2011, registering their lowest level since 2004. The recovery will take longer than expected, mostly because of global economic fragility and policy uncertainty.
Keywords gross domestic product; EU; fiscal policy; economic growth; direct investment
Classification European Politics; National Economy
Free Keywords foreign direct investment (FDI); investment stocks; FDI inflows; FDI outflows; determinants of FDI; Gross Domestic Product; Greenfield investment
Document language Other language
Publication Year 2014
Page/Pages p. 82-89
Journal Studii Europene (2014) 2
ISSN 2345-1041
Status Published Version; peer reviewed
Licence Deposit Licence - No Redistribution, No Modifications