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The aim of the paper is to explain the synchronization of business cycles using the relationship between the
growth rate of the GDP and FDI, considered as percentage of the GDP. The results show that there is no
unique European business cycle, but two cores between which countries migrate and stress out the
importance of the FDI channel in business cycle transmission.
The double purpose of the paper is to employ both hard and fuzzy cluster analysis in order to evaluate business cycle transmission among of 55 countries over the time span 1992 – 2011, in order to estimate the effects of globalization, be means of the linkage which exists between the growth rate of the GDP and FDI flows