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The aim of this dissertation is to examine the role of National Innovation Systems on the international investment patterns of the countries from different levels of development. Dunning's Investment Development Path (IDP), a country level application of the Eclectic Paradigm of international production, is used as the basis of the study. The empirical analysis covers 75 countries with thirty years' time span from 1985 to 2014. In measurement of National Innovations Systems, explanatory factorfatcat:fzsxc6fplberhfmfjydtbjf424