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Analysis of Investment Attractiveness of Regions: the Impact of Conflicts and Economic Factors on Foreign Direct Investments

Student: Aibulat Iamilov

Supervisor: Fuad T. Aleskerov

Faculty: Faculty of Economic Sciences

Educational Programme: Financial Markets and Financial Institutions (Master)

Year of Graduation: 2020

This work is devoted to the study of foreign direct investments and the influence of conflicts on their attraction. The key players in the international direct investment market are identified using modern methods of network analysis that allow identify hidden relationships and group interactions. The influence of conflicts and various economic indicators on attracting investment has also been studied using econometric analysis. The key novelty in this work is taking into account not only direct participation in conflicts, but also participation in the form of support for one of the parties of the conflict. It is shown that this factor can affect investment attraction in different ways depending on the level of economic development of the country. Keywords – foreign direct investments, FDI, FDI network, conflicts.

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