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Unii Europejskiej. Aspekty porównawcze (The Role of Foreign Capital in Modernising the Economies of New EU Member States. Comparative Aspects). PTE (Polish Economic Society) , Zeszyty Naukowe , 9 : 107 – 122

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Foreign direct investment and external debt in Hungary

An attempt to examine the macroeconomic capital structure from a new perspective

Society and Economy
Authors: Iván Bélyácz and Mónika Kuti

Pitti, Zoltán (2001): A külföldi tőke szerepe a hazai gazdaság új növekedési pályára állításában [The Role of Foreign Capital in the Formation of Hungary’s New Path of Growth]. Európai Tükör 4: 25–40. Pitti

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Is globalization a driver of economic growth and social development?

A cross-national, quantitative perspective on current, pro-globalist strategies of the European Union

Society and Economy
Author: Arno Tausch

Dixon, W. J. — Boswell, T. (1996): Dependency, Disarticulation, and Denominator Effects: Another Look at Foreign Capital Penetration. American Journal of Sociology 102(2): 543–562. Boswell T

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problem in Serbia. Industrial production highly depends on imported goods while imported goods are mostly financed by inflow of foreign capital. Consequently, the decline in inflow of foreign capital as a result of the global economic crisis raised the

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excessive credit growth) may lead to an increase of foreign capital inflows, which via currency exchange appreciation may in turn increase the risk of foreign currency exposures. Prolonged expansive monetary policy induces the over-indebtedness of households

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exposure to FDI remained almost the same ( Hunya 2017; Sass 2020 ). Overall, the Visegrad countries still rely mainly on foreign capital in their development path ( Bohle – Greskovits 2018; Sass 2021a ). Rather, this partly reoriented strategy added to

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effects of the projects already completed. Additional measure of the significance of business services sector is the level of employment, which reached 260,000 jobs in Poland ( ABSL in Poland 2018 ), mostly in enterprises with foreign capital. Approximate

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in less than five years it more than doubled its debt to GDP level from 21% in 1995 to almost 50% by 2000. Due to the increased pressure the government decided to open its borders to foreign capital and in the 2000s a great deal of the incoming

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) are sink-OFCs, which attract and retain foreign capital via low taxation and lenient regulation. Since my focus is also on the income distribution implications of public spending and tax decisions, I look at labour taxes for different types of earners

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1 Introduction In many emerging markets, foreign capital penetration in the banking sector is high. As of 2014, assets in post-communist Central, Eastern and South-Eastern Europe (CESEE), varied from approximately 30% (Belarus, Slovenia, and Ukraine

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