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Theoretical and Applied Economics
No. 2 / 2009 (531)

Quantitative Evaluations of Foreign Direct Investments Impact on Productivity Development of Companies from Central and Eastern Europe

Marilen Pirtea
Carmen Corduneanu
Bogdan Dima
Laura Milos
West University of Timisoara

Abstract. The approach of the foreign direct investments impact belonging to multinational companies on host country companies and on national economy is an extremely complex and present-day interest issue in the context of globalization phenomena, which at this time puts a mark on the human society evolution. During this period of rapid changes, the economies of those countries, which find them crossing a development process, can benefit a significant increase of productivity and an enhanced access to new resources and commodity markets, but at the same time they are subject to considerable risks. The purpose of this paper is to bring an empirical support at the current level of research, taking into consideration a set of Central and Eastern European countries, including Romania.

Keywords: foreign direct investment; productivity; Central and Eastern European countries.

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