Aid in Modulating the Impact of Terrorism on FDI: No Positive Thresholds, No Policy
We investigate how foreign aid dampens the effects of terrorism on FDI using interactive quantile regressions. The empirical evidence is based on 78 developing countries for the period 1984–2008. Bilateral and multilateral aid variables are used, while terrorism dynamics entail: domestic, unclear, transnational and total number of terrorist attacks. The main finding is that foreign aid cannot...
Published at Forum for Social Economics
Published in 2018
Asongu, S., Efobi, U. and Beecroft, I.
Beecroft Ibukun » Beecroft is an Economics Researcher and Faculty at Covenant University (CU), Nigeria, from where she holds a bachelor’s degree in Economics. She also holds a master’s degree from the University of London’s School of Oriental and African Studies, United Kingdom. She has prior experience working with the Office for National Statistics, London, United Kingdom, as well as with Zenith Bank Plc... view full profile
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