Empirical Analysis of Factors Affecting China's FDI

圣贤 吴


Abstract - Foreign direct investment (FDI) is an important aspect for our country to open to the outside, in the past 30 years, the Chinese government gives a lot of preferential policies to attract foreign capital inflows. But the main factors which influence foreign capital inflows have always been the focus of academic debate. On the basis of Macroeconomic theory knowledge, in the paper, we make the econometric analysis on the data of China's total foreign direct investment and its influence factors which contain exchange rate, GDP, CPI, resident consumption level and total export during the years of 1983 to 2011. Through the model test and correction, the empirical results show that China's Total FDI mainly affected by exchange rate, CPI, consumption level and period of investment effect.


FDI; Econometric analysis; Model modification

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