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  •   Muhammad Abdullah Idrees

  •   Ayesha Khan

  •   Muhammad Arsalan Khan

  •   Muhammad Bilal Raees

  •   Muniza Syed

Abstract

This study aims to discover the impact of foreign capital inflows (FDI, RT and FA) on household savings of Pakistan. Data used in this study has been obtained from the website of State Bank of Pakistan for the period of 1981-2010. Statistical tools including multiple regressions analysis was applied for analysis. Results explain that foreign direct investment (FDI), remittances (RT) are having positive and significant impact on household saving (HS) but foreign aid (FA) is having negative and insignificant impact on household saving, so it is recommended that if a developing country like Pakistan wants to increase the household saving it should give thoughtful importance to FDI and RT than FA with respect to household savings in Pakistan.

Keywords: Household Saving, Foreign Direct Investment, Remittances, Foreign Aid

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How to Cite
Idrees, M., Khan, A., Khan, M., Raees, M., & Syed, M. (2020). Impact of Foreign Capital Inflows on Household Savings in Pakistan. European Journal of Business and Management Research, 5(4). https://doi.org/10.24018/ejbmr.2020.5.4.436