Czy szara strefa rzutuje na poziom Bezpośrednich Inwestycji Zagranicznych? Przypadek Polski i polskich regionów

Słowa kluczowe: szara strefa, bezpośrednie inwestycje zagraniczne, regiony, transformacja, sytuacja makroekonomiczna

Abstrakt

Głównym celem podjętych badan była identyfikacja zależności pomiędzy poziomem szarej strefy a Bezpośrednimi Inwestycjami Zagranicznymi. Badonie dotyczyło Polski i polskich regionów w latach 1999-2020. Wykorzystano metodę MIMIC w celu wyliczenia poziomu szarej strefy jako % PKB. Posłużono się także współczynnikiem korelacji. Pearsona oraz testem Kolmogrova-Smirnova. Na podstawie przeprowadzonych badan należy stwierdzić, że wystąpiła negatywna korelacja pomiędzy szarą strefą a poziomem BIZ(-0,636). Natomiast w odróżnieniu do Polski oraz innych regionów w Opolskiem i Podkarpackiem związek okazał się pozytywny.

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