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Onifade, S. T., Khatir, A. Q. ., Ay, A., & Canitez, M. . (2022). Revisión del nexo entre apertura comercial, inversión interna y crecimiento económico: implicaciones políticas contemporáneas para la región MENA. Revista Finanzas Y Política Económica, 14(2). Recuperado a partir de https://revfinypolecon.ucatolica.edu.co/article/view/4423
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Este estudio investiga el impacto de la apertura comercial en los resultados económicos de países seleccionados de Oriente Medio y África del Norte (MENA), al tiempo que incorpora elementos de inversión nacional en el análisis empírico a raíz de los sentimientos dinámicos por la liberalización del comercio entre las naciones en los últimos tiempos. El estudio cubre un análisis empírico de un panel de observaciones de los países seleccionados en el marco de las técnicas de regresión del Mínimo Cuadrado Completamente Modificado (FMOLS) y el Mínimo Cuadrado Dinámico Ordinario (DOLS). Los resultados empíricos afirman la existencia de una relación de largo plazo entre las variables. Sin embargo, si bien la inversión nacional y el tamaño de la fuerza laboral tienen un impacto significativo en el crecimiento económico en la dirección positiva entre estos países, se encontró que la apertura comercial tuvo un impacto negativo en el crecimiento durante el período del estudio. Por lo tanto, se recomienda que se dirijan esfuerzos contundentes hacia inversiones que son cruciales para la mejora de la productividad laboral y las cadenas de valor de producción en la economía nacional para disuadir o minimizar la tasa de exportación de materias primas primarias. Además, se deben tomar las medidas adecuadas para mejorar el entorno empresarial en general, eliminar los obstáculos comerciales y fortalecer las instituciones entre los países de la región para aprovechar los beneficios del comercio en nuestro mundo cada vez más globalizado.

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