The foreign direct investment (FDI) inflows are often seen as the important catalyst for economic growth in the developing countries. This study aims to investigate the impact of FDI on the economic growth of Cambodia by utilizing the time series data throughout 2006-2016. The correlation matrix
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Fiscal decentralization over the past few years remains as a central agenda when it comes to regional development around the world and economic growth. This paper entails both positive and negative effects of fiscal decentralization on economic growth.
Research on Relationship between Financial Inclusion and Economic Growth of Rwanda: Evidence from Commercial Banks with ARDL Approach
This study examines the relationship between financial inclusion and economic growth of Rwanda using annual data from 2004 to 2016. We used ARDL as it is a new approach to the problem of testing the existence of a level relationship between a dependent variable and a set of regressors
Education is an essential factor of economic growth and a fundamental right of every person. No country can attain sustainable economic growth without substantial investment in education
The impact of foreign direct investment(FDI) on host country economic growth is a debatable issue in the recent economic literature
Debates about the level of public debt and their impact on the level of investment and the economy as a whole, are permanent due to the lack of an optimal level offered by economic literature
This paper assessed the impact of illicit financial flow on economic growth and development in Nigeria. Data was sourced from the statistical bulletin of the Central bank of Nigeria and Global Financial Integrity estimates of illicit financial flows
Influence of capital market on economic growth has been proven to be positive by majority empirical studies up to now.
Following the 19th century Energy became an important and indispensable input for production and consumption activities all over the world. In the mean time, Energy has become a very determinant factor for growth for national economies.
Since independence, there have been copious generalizations and general outcry among Ghanaians especially social commentators and policy analysts about the under-development of Ghana.