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|Title:||Asymmetric and Symmetric Link Between Quality of Institutions and Sectorial Foreign Direct Investment Inflow in India: A Fresh Insight Using Simulated Dynamic ARDL Approach|
|Authors:||Ur Rehman, F.|
Khan, M. A.
|Citation:||Asymmetric and Symmetric Link Between Quality of Institutions and Sectorial Foreign Direct Investment Inflow in India: A Fresh Insight Using Simulated Dynamic ARDL Approach / F. Ur Rehman, J. Popp, E. Ahmad et al. // Sustainability (Switzerland). — 2021. — Vol. 13. — Iss. 24. — 13760.|
|Abstract:||This study explores the bicausality between institutional quality and FDI inflow both aggregated and sector-wise, i.e., the agricultural, manufacturing, and tertiary sectors in the Indian economy, by applying simulated autoregressive distributed lag (SARDL) dynamic new techniques, an extended variant of orthodox ARDL and NARDL. The study confirms that aggregated and sectorial FDI are enhanced by adequate institutional quality, and similarly, FDI promotes quality institutions. The nexus between institutional quality and FDI inflow is an inspiration for India to compete with developed economies by enhancing its institutional quality. The study observes cointegration and bidirectional causality between institutional quality and aggregated FDI. © 2021 by the authors. Licensee MDPI, Basel, Switzerland.|
SECTORIAL FDI INFLOW
SIMULATED ARDL DYNAMIC
FOREIGN DIRECT INVESTMENT
|metadata.dc.description.sponsorship:||We are very thankful to the Graduate School of Economics and Management, Ural Federal University, for technical support.|
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