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by Martin G Gilman

Download Financing of Foreign Direct Investment: A Study of the Determinants of Capital Flows in Multinational Enterprises eBook
ISBN:
0903804913
Author:
Martin G Gilman
Category:
Economics
Language:
English
Publisher:
F Pinter (April 16, 1981)
Pages:
200 pages
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Keywords: transition economy, foreign direct investment, multinational enterprise . Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) has been one of the core features of globalization and the world economy over the past two decades.

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Initially, they took loans from international commercial banks. In contrast to horizontal FDI, vertical or export-oriented FDI involves relocating parts of the production chain to the host country. 3. The Determinants of FDI: Empirical Evidence The literature examines a large number of variables that have been set forth to explain FDI.

Описание: The Financing of Foreign Direct Investment examines the communication gap between business leaders and international economists when it comes to financing the overseas operations of domestic firms.

As Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) flows have increased dramatically in recent decades, the . A number of studies have examined different selections of factors

As Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) flows have increased dramatically in recent decades, the issues of FDI have attracted strongly scholarly interest. First of all, FDI is defined as an investment in one economy by a multinational or transnational corporation based in other country. It involves a long-term relationship and either full or partial management control of real assets (Lankauskiene & Tvaronavicience, 2011). A number of studies have examined different selections of factors. Trends of the Flow of Foreign Direct Investment 6-9 5. Policy Initiatives and Institutional Arrangement for FDI Promotion in Nepal . Policy Initiatives .