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Oudat M. S., Alsmadi A. A., & Alrawashdeh N. M. (2019). Inversión extranjera directa y crecimiento económico en Jordania: una investigación empírica que utiliza la prueba de límites de cointegración. Revista Finanzas y Política Económica, 11(1), 55-63. https://doi.org/10.14718/revfinanzpolitecon.2019.11.1.4

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Este artículo investiga las elasticidades a largo y corto plazo entre  el producto interno bruto y la IED en Jordania. El estudio utiliza datos anuales para analizar la relación entre la IED y el crecimiento económico para el periodo de 1992-2013. Los datos para las variables IED y PIB se obtuvieron de los Indicadores del Desarrollo Mundial y del Banco Mundial, y se utilizó el enfoque ARDL. Los resultados muestran elasticidades de largo y corto plazo en la IED y el PIB. En general, los responsables políticos de Jordania centran sus esfuerzos para atraer más IED a la economía jordana. Esto se debe a que se espera que más IED en la economía jordana conduzca a una disminución de los obstáculos económicos (por ejemplo, disminución de la tasa de desempleo y mayor nivel de inversión).

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