While recent research into foreign direct investment (FDI) has focused on examining the importance of institutions, corruption, money laundering, and tax havens, the role of globalization on FDI has not yet been explored. This research investigates the impacts of globalization on outward FDI. We find that both overall globalization and its economic and social dimensions significantly positively influence outward FDI flows. We also demonstrate that beyond the level of globalization, corruption, money laundering, and the status of a country as a tax haven, cross-country similarity also plays an important role. Accordingly, policies specifically designed to increase the transparency of outward FDI flows should be required to address money laundering and the existence of tax havens.
Venue: MTA HTK 1097 Budapest Tóth Kálmán u. 4. fszt. K013-14-es előadóterem Ride-share matching algorithms generate income inequality Eszter Bokányi and Anikó Hannák Abstract Despite the potential of online sharing economy platforms such as Uber, Lyft, ... Details »
Venue: MTA HTK 1097 Budapest Tóth Kálmán u. 4. fszt. K011-12-es előadóterem Kiss Hubert János: Coopetition in group contest https://www.mtakti.hu/wp-content/uploads/2019/05/MTDP1911.pdf Share this:FacebookLinkedInTwitter
“Opinion leaders – experts of social relations” was presented by Balázs SZIKLAI at the EURO2019 – 30th European Conference on Operational Research. Share this:FacebookLinkedInTwitter
Download “Coopetition in group contest” by Hubert János Kiss – Alfonso Rosa-Garcia – Vita Zhukova here. Abstract There are situations in which competitors ally ... Details »
Ata Atay‘s two recent workings papers have been published and are accessible at the following links: A bargaining set for roommate ... Details »