Hypotheses in fdi, Microeconomics

The following hypotheses are concerned with the general impact of FDI from Costa Rica trading partners on exports from the technology sector: 

H1:  There is a positive significant relationship between inflow of Foreign Direct Investment from the United States to the technology sector of Costa Rica and exports from the technology sector in Costa Rica for 1995 to 2008 period.

H2:  There is a negative significant relationship between inflow of Foreign Direct Investment from the United States to the technology sector of Costa Rica  and imports from the technology sector in Costa Rica for 1995 to 2008 period.

H3:  There is a positive significant relationship between inflow of Foreign Direct Investment from the non United States countries to the technology sector of Costa Rica and exports from the technology sector in Costa Rica for 1995 to 2008 period.

H4:  There is a negative significant relationship between inflow of Foreign Direct Investment from the non United States countries to the technology sector of Costa Rica  and imports from the technology sector in Costa Rica for 1995 to 2008 period.

H5:  There is a positive significant relationship between inflow of Local Investment to the technology sector of Costa Rica and exports from the technology sector in Costa Rica for 1995 to 2008 period.

H6:  There is a negative significant relationship between inflow of Local Investment to the technology sector of Costa Rica and imports from the technology sector in Costa Rica for 1995 to 2008 period.

H7: There is a positive significant relationship between Foreign Direct Investment from the United States and from non-United States countries and local investment to the technology sector and exports from technology sector in Costa Rica from 1995 to 2008 period.

H8: There is a negative significant relationship between Foreign Direct Investment from the United States and from non-United States countries and local investment to the technology sector and imports from technology sector in Costa Rica from 1995 to 2008 period.

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