This study examines the impact of the adoption of International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRSs) on foreign direct investment (FDI) flows in 17 transition economies based on data from 2000-2016. To test the reliability of the analysis results we have used the combined Ordinary Least-Squares regression, the Hausman test, Panel-Corrected Standard Errors, Generalized Method of Moments, Difference-in-Difference method. Our results were significantly different from the results of other similar studies. Although previous studies and analyzes have noted that the adoption of IFRSs has had a positive impact on the FDI flow, it has had a negative impact in our work.
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Abduraupov, Rustam DSc; Ibragimov, Farrukh; and Abduraupov, Ramz
"THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN INTERNATIONAL FINANCIAL REPORTING STANDARDS AND FOREIGN DIRECT INVESTMENT FLOWS: CASE OF COUNTRIES WITH ECONOMIES IN TRANSITION,"
International Finance and Accounting: Vol. 2021
, Article 18.
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