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2021, Volume 74 - Issue 1

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Data di pubblicazione: 17 febbraio 2021

EFFECTS OF SINO FDI ON THE GROWTH OF SUB-SAHARAN AFRICA

Emmanuel Wiafe, Lucy Anning

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ACKNOWLEDGEMENT TO REFEREES

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Autore corrispondente

Emmanuel WIAFE, Ghana Institute of Management and Public Administration

Co-Autori

Lucy ANNING, Department of Economics, Faculty of Social Sciences, Accra Institute of Technology, Ghana

Effects of SINO FDI on the Growth of Sub-Saharan AFrica

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1-24

Riassunto

Effetti degli investimenti diretti cinesi sulla crescita dell’Africa Sub-Sahariana

Nelle due decadi passate sono stati effettuati molti studi a diversi livelli al fine di analizzare gli effetti degli investimenti diretti esteri in Africa. La maggioranza di questi studi ha evidenziato che gli IDE spiegano i trasferimenti tecnologici tra paesi, incrementando così gli investimenti totali nei paesi dell’Africa. Per quanto riguarda però gli investimenti cinesi in Africa, molti autori sostengono che questi siano dannosi per l’economia. Lo scopo di questo studio è di quantificare gli effetti degli IDE cinesi in Africa. È stato utilizzato un approccio di regressione panel dinamico per correggere possibili problemi di endogeneità. Vi sono evidenze che gli IDE cinesi netti sono positivi, il che significa che gli investimenti cinesi contribuiscono positivamente alla crescita economica dei paesi africani. Questo implica che gli tali investimenti pongono le economie dell’Africa sulla strada del raggiungimento dello sviluppo economico attraverso la modernizzazione, l’industrializzazione e la crescita economica elevata.

Classificazione JEL

F00, F43

Parole chiave

Foreign Direct Investment, China-Africa Relation; Economic Growth, PMG, Africa, China

Indice dell'articolo

  1. Introduction
  2. Literature review
  3. Methodology
  4. Results of the study
  5. Conclusions

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