Cross-Border Investing: The Case of Central and Eastern Europe

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Springer Science & Business Media, 8 mei 2007 - 284 pagina's
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Cross-Border Investing: The Case of Central and Eastern Europe offers a view that reflects two main hypotheses: -You cannot understand foreign direct investment (FDI) trends and developments unless you understand the company's motives to invest, -You cannot understand a company's cross-border investment decision-making unless you understand what the investment area offers.
This is the reason why this text builds up a relationship between the world of companies' decision-makers and that of the policy makers in the public sector. It does so by linking the business processes to the factors that together constitute the location profile of a country or a region.
Based on more than 15 years of practical experience as well as research in the field of FDI, Dr Julia Djarova offers a Cross-Border Investment Model to describe the logic behind the decision-making process concerning foreign investments made by companies. The model is illustrated by a number of case studies of multinationals.

 

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Introduction and Summary 1 2 Crossborder decisionmaking Organisation of the book
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Central and Eastern Europe as an investment area
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FOREIGN DIRECT INVESTMENT AND EMERGING MARKETS
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CrossBorder Investment Model
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Conclusions
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Definitions of foreign investment
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Interpreting FDI statistical data
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Dynamics of FDI in Central and Eastern Europe 1 2 3 4 Introduction Trade and pilot investments Ten years of expansion Conclusions 43
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