The Effect of Economic Globalization on the Economic Growth-A Study on Foreign Portfolio Investment, Foreign Direct Investment, Export and Import in 1982-2017 Period: A Case Study in China

Xu Yonghong, Setyabudi_ indartono


In the context of economic globalization, countries around the world are closely linked through economic activities such as import, export, foreign direct investment and foreign portfolio investment. Economic globalization is conducive to participating in the international division of labor, giving play to its comparative advantages and expanding overseas markets. This research is an ex post facto study using quantitative. The data used are as many as 35 data from 1982 to 2017. This study aims to determine the effect of economic globalization on economic growth, study: Foreign Portfolio Investment, Foreign Direct Investment, import and export, both directly or indirectly. The data ware validated using the VAR model, the results of this study indicate that the effects of variables on economic growth are positive.

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