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|Title||The Impact Of External Funding On Economic Growth An Applied Study On Arab Countries|
|Title in Arabic||أثر التمويل الخارجي على النمو الاقتصادي “دراسة تطبيقية لدول عربية|
The study discusses the role of foreign financing in economic growth in the three case Arab countries (Jordan, Egypt, and the Palestinian territories) from 1995 to 2015. Lack of financial resources is considered one of the most serious problems facing the economic growth in these countries. The study aimed to identify the reality and the importance of economic growth and foreign finance (direct and indirect foreign investment, official development aids, external debit) and then analyzing them. The researcher adopted the analytical-descriptive approach using multiple linear regression of the data, and panel linear multiple regression of cross sectional data across time. He also used Fixed Effects for cross sectional units. The study data is considered of the cross sectional nature across time (panel data). The study concluded with the following findings: - There was a statistically significant impact of the foreign investment on the economic growth at the significance level (0.05), which means that every increase in foreign investment by one unit leads to an increase in the economic growth rate by (0.03%). - There was no statistically significant effect of official development aids and external debit on economic growth at the significance level (0.05) level. The study reached a set of recommendations including: - Improving the financial, commercial and economic policies of the case countries by improving the economic growth indicators and levels of domestic production, reducing taxes, enhancing the efficiency of financial policies and levels of domestic public debit, and improving the balance of payments. Developing effective an economic policy concerning the trade balance for the case countries by stopping the inflation of imports and imposing taxes on luxuries, improving exports, and reconsidering all the policies that lead to a sharp budget deficit, and the necessity of working to reduce its negative impacts. - Contributing to the improvement of the investment climate through the development of legislations and procedures, providing legal protection for the investor, establishing the rules of protecting intellectual and physical property rights, and adopting the best international practices in the resolution of commercial disputes.
|Publisher||الجامعة الإسلامية - غزة|
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