PUBLIC POLICIES AND FOREIGN DIRECT INVESTMENT IN BRAZIL

Jaíne Lana, Stephanie Tonn Goulart Moura, Christian Daniel Falaster

Abstract


Purpose of the study: To analyze the effects of the public policies carried out by the Brazilian government on the attraction of foreign direct investment.

Methodology/approach: Exploratory and quantitative study uses of multiple linear regression models.

Originality / Relevance: In this study we show the political-economics influences on foreign investment strategies, pointing out which policies have affected the attraction of FDI in Brazil.

Main Results: The results show that the Plano Real, COPOM and PAC were the most successful public policies on attracting foreign direct investment in the period of the study.

Theoretical / methodological contributions: Public policies influence foreign investment in Brazil. Specifically, the study shows that policies aimed at economic and institutional stability are the most important factors for attracting FDI.

Keywords: Institutions. Brazilian Public Policy. FDI


Keywords


Instituições; Política Pública Brasileira; IDE.



DOI: https://doi.org/10.5585/riae.v18i2.15162

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