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Author
Humanicki Marcin (Narodowy Bank Polski), Kelm Robert (University of Łódź, Poland), Olszewski Krzysztof (Narodowy Bank Polski; Warsaw School of Economics)
Title
Foreign Direct and Portfolio Investment in the Contemporary Globalized World: Should They Be Still Treated Separately?
Source
Central European Journal of Economic Modelling and Econometrics (CEJEME), 2017, vol. 9, nr 2, s. 115-135, rys., tab., aneks, bibliogr. 32 poz.
Keyword
Inwestycje zagraniczne, Inwestycje bezpośrednie, Rynki wschodzące, Modelowanie ekonometryczne, Kointegracja
Foreign investment, Direct investments, Emerging markets, Econometric modeling, Cointegration
Note
summ.; JEL Classification: F21, F41, O1
Abstract
Foreign direct investment (FDI) and foreign portfolio investment (FPI) have been long considered as independent forms of international capital flows. This paper analyzes the mutual relationship between FDI and FPI and attempts to answer the question whether they complement or substitute for each other from a foreign investor's point of view. The paper describes the main characteristics of FDI and FPI in terms of their volatility and profitability. We analyze the long-run and short-run relationships between FDI and FPI using vector error correction (VEC) regressions on data for Poland as it is the largest country in Central and Eastern Europe and receives the lion's share of these two forms of capital in the region. Our investigation suggests that FDI and FPI may be regarded as substitutes. In economically stable periods FDI tends to dominate over FPI but during insecurity and economic distress FPI starts to gain importance.(original abstract)
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