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Three International Statistical Indicators And Their Factorial Impact On The Modelling Of Foreign Investments In Romania

@article{Savoiu2017ThreeIS,
  title={Three International Statistical Indicators And Their Factorial Impact On The Modelling Of Foreign Investments In Romania},
  author={Gheorghe Savoiu and Simina – Ioana Brostescu},
  journal={Romanian Statistical Review Supplement},
  year={2017},
  volume={65},
  pages={174-188}
}
The article provides a creative investigation into FDI, based on three major international statistical indicators of major signaling nature. Among the indicators of the country risk rating, Euromoney (ECR) was selected after successive evaluations. The second relevant statistical indicator, which was selected and validated, was the Corruption Perceptions Index (CPI) created by Transparency International, and the last one was the Economic Freedom Index (EFI), conducted by the Heritage Foundation… 

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