Οικονομικοί κοινωνικοί και πληθυσμιακοί παράγοντες που επηρεάζουν τις άμεσες ξένες επενδύσεις
Εconomic, social and population factors affecting direct foreign investments
Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) is seen as an important tool in the process of globalization and plays a crucial role in the development of the economies of many countries through the optimization of their infrastructure, technical skills, entrepreneurs' skills and financial resources, with regard to the country's investment income and foreign exchange. This paper aims to analyze mainly the economic social and population factors affecting Foreign Direct Investment, where they will be called FDI. There are many reasons that can lead a business to make an Foreign Direct Investment. In any case, there are various benefits for the FDI host countries. The first chapter analyzes the basic concepts of FDI in order to fully understand the concept of foreign investment and the ways in which it can enter into a foreign economy. Then we analyze the term multinational companies because they are the main form of foreign investment. In the second chapter we describe the descriptive statistic results of the sample we selected for our research. With the analysis and illustrations on the sample, we get a better picture of its structure. In the third chapter there is a detailed description of the regression method. Still, all the equations that define regression are depicted and how they evolve gradually. Follows The fourth chapter of the paper presents the results of the survey and the totals of the work carried out to produce the results of the research. The fifth and final chapter sets out the findings of the survey. The work was done with the help of published articles as well as Greek and international bibliography.