Perceptive FDI in Relation to Ease of Business: An empirical Analysis of Asian Countries
Keywords:FDI inflows, Doing Business Index, Asian Countries, Developing Economies, Institutions
This study examines the FDI perceptive in relation to ease of doing business an empirical analysis of Asian countries. This study was applied the economic integration and foreign direct investment theory in formulating hypotheses that guide the results analysis. In this study the independent variable is Foreign Direct Investment which is measured by GDP which are measured by sub variables. The present study has been used the econometrics analysis, to find the empirical relationships and key regions for trying to attract FDI net inflows, use the liner regression method. For the years 2010 through 2019, this study includes examines 34 Asian economies, including Pakistan, Afghanistan, Iran, India, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, and many others. The main takeaway from this is that a better-rated business environment is much more likely to draw larger inflows of FDI. All indexes have inverse connections, according to the regression estimation, with the exception of trading across borders, receiving credit, and registering properties. Furthermore, all factors—aside from paying taxes, dealing with insolvency, or shutting down operations in the region—are most likely to have an impact on FDI inflows.