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Tập trung nghiên cứu vào sự khác biệt của FDI đối với tăng trưởng kinh

tế giữa các vùng, miền trong một quốc gia;

Kiểm định để lựa chọn phương pháp ước lượng phù hợp nhất.


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Phụ lục 1: Danh sách các quốc gia

Các quốc gia thu nhập trung bình thấp và thấp:

Bangladesh, Egypt Arab Rep., Georgia, India, Indonesia, Moldova,

Nepal, Philippines, Sri-Lanka, Tajikistan, Ukraine và Việt Nam.

Các quốc gia thu nhập trung bình cao:

Albania, Bulgaria, China, Jordan, Kazakhstan, Malaysia, Romania,

Thailand và Turkey.

Phụ lục 2: Chỉ số tự do kinh tế

Tự do kinh tế là quyền cơ bản của mỗi con người để kiểm sốt của sức

lao động và tài sản của chính mình. Trong một xã hội tự do kinh tế, cá nhân

được tự do hoạt động, sản xuất, tiêu thụ và đầu tư vào bất kỳ cách nào họ

muốn. Trong xã hội tự do về kinh tế, chính phủ cho phép lao động, vốn và hàng

hóa di chuyển tự do, và không được ép buộc hoặc hạn chế tự do vượt ra ngoài

phạm vi cần thiết để bảo vệ và duy trì sự tự do riêng của mình.

Tự do kinh tế dựa trên 10 yếu tố định lượng và định tính, nhóm lại thành

bốn loại lớn, hoặc trụ cột, tự do kinh tế:

Luật pháp (quyền sở hữu, tự do kiểm soát tham nhũng);

Hạn chế Chính phủ (tự do tài chính, chi tiêu chính phủ);

Hiệu quả quản lý (tự do kinh doanh, tự do lao động, tự do tiền tệ); và

Mở cửa thị trường (tự do thương mại, tự do đầu tư, tự do tài chính).

Mỗi chỉ số được chấm điểm trên thang điểm từ 0 đến 100.

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