The Role of Foreign Direct Investment on FDI Growth Nexus in Sub-Saharan African Countries BY

Ajayi Olaniyi Adewale


This Study investigated the role of foreign direct invest on FDI-growth nexus of 15 Sub-Saharan

African Countries with a view to develop a financial sector that would impact FDI growth positively. This was necessitated by the lack of attention to the role of financial development in previous studies. Regression Analysis and TAR Model was adopted with robust methodology and few modification to suit the need of the study.

The study concluded that government should strive to strengthen these conditions in order to

produce well-functioning economic mechanism and policy makers from Sub Saharan

African countries should increase FDI inflows in the short run by reforming their investment regulatory framework and implement policy that would promote macroeconomic stability and improve physical infrastructure.

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