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Governance and Domestic Investment in Africa
European Journal of Government and Economics
The study empirically examined the impact of governance on domestic investment in 16 African countries with a balanced panel data set, between the years 2002 and 2015. The study employed six unbundled governance indicators from the World Bank, World Governance Indicators and constructed three bundled governance indicators using the Principal Component Analysis. The Driscoll and Kraay Fixed Effects model which accounts for serial correlation, groupwise heteroskedasticity and cross-sectionaldoi:10.17979/ejge.2019.8.1.4565 fatcat:o3uk4nhebndn3cynntsoxidthu