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  • Direct foreign investment some spatial implications for the source conomy in Foreign investment in industrialized countries.
  • The actions of firms in investing abroad can involve investment loss to the economy in which the investing firm is based. British investment in the Republic of Ireland is employed as an illustration, and the evidence suggests that most
  • Spatial concentration and diffusion of foreign direct investment in China
  • China ; Direct investment ; Economy ; Foreign investment ; Investment ; Regional disparities
  • Foreign direct investment (FDI) has been a feature of China's economy for more than two decades during which both the institutional and contextual environment and corporate investment strategies have changes evolutionary. Foreign direct investment
  • has undergone fundamental structural changes in areas such as entry mode, industry selection, investment site, investment source and location. FDI has been heavily concentrated in the coastal region. - (IFL)
  • Patterns of foreign direct investment in Canada 1985-1989 : Canadian - based foreign controlled firms versus U.S. and overseas investors
  • Canada ; Direct investment ; Economic geography ; Foreign investment ; Investment
  • Linkages and foreign direct investment
  • The foreign company's location investment decision and its role in British regional development in Foreign investment in industrialized countries.
  • Foreign owned manufacturing companies in a country may have one of two origins, by acquisition or direct establishment. Attention is focused on the latter with a view to determining whether the foreign owned company has a distinctive spatial pattern
  • of investment. It is argued that sales subsidiaries are most likely to be established in the largest city and therefore this centre has also an advantage for the attraction of manufacturing industry. The British case is then examined and the thesis is found
  • Liberalization policies and foreign companies in Accra, Ghana
  • Economic policy ; Enterprise ; Foreign investment ; Ghana ; Globalization ; Investment ; Liberalisation
  • than exclusion from, the world economy, to increasing service-sector rather than extractive-sector investment, and to foreign companies producing for local and regional markets as well as for international markets.
  • To redress the deficiency of globalization studies in the periphery of the world economy, The A. examines globalization empirically from the ground upwards through an analysis of foreign companies. The evidence points to growing inclusion in, rather
  • Regional foreign direct investment in manufacturing. Do agglomeration economies matter ?
  • Agglomeration ; Direct investment ; Enquiry ; Foreign investment ; Industry ; Investment ; Location ; Region
  • Foreign direct investment and the formation of global city-regions in China
  • China ; Direct investment ; Foreign investment ; Investment ; Location ; World city
  • Patterns of foreign direct investment in Mongolia, 1990-2003 : a research note
  • Direct investment ; Economic environment ; Economic reform ; Foreign investment ; Investment ; Joint venture ; Mongolia ; Privatisation
  • Foreign direct investment in Hungary : the effects on the modernization of the manufacturing industry and the demand for labor
  • Foreign investment ; Hungary ; Industry ; Investment ; Labour market ; Modernization ; Privatisation
  • in Hungary turned out to be successful. Partly as a result of foreign investments, Hungary has been able to integrate into the West European economy substantially, after being locked in the socialist spheres of influence for forty years. - (AGD)
  • This study deals with effects of foreign companies on two central aspects of the transition process : the modernization of the manufacturing industry and the related changes in the demand for labor. It is concluded that the privatization policy
  • The location of foreign direct investment in finance, insurance and real estate in the United States
  • Direct investment ; Finance ; Foreign investment ; Insurance ; Investment ; Location ; Producer services ; Real estate property ; United States
  • A set of locational determinants is selected from the literature on the location of U.S. service industries to explain the pattern of foreign service firms direct investment activity in the country. The effects of these factors are found to vary
  • Foreign direct investments, modernization of production and labour market changes in Hungary
  • Development ; Direct investment ; Economic geography ; Employment ; Foreign investment ; Hungary ; Industrial production ; Industry ; Investment ; Labour market ; Modernization ; Technical progress
  • Since the 1989 revolution East Central Europe has opened up for cooperation with the west. This paper investigates the role of foreign direct investments (FDI) in Hungary in connection with the modernisation of production and the transformation
  • Foreign manufacturing establishments in the Netherlands in Foreign investment in industrialized countries.
  • After the boom period of the Sixties, foreign corporations have shown a diminishing interest to establish a subsidiary in the Netherlands. The impact of foreign investments is very selective. Market orientation is highly international, even directed
  • to countries outside EEC. The strong orientation on Randstad-locations has been weakened, the Southern regions emerged. An evaluation of regional policies from the viewpoint of establishing foreign subsidiaries has been made.
  • The geography of foreign investment in Russia, 1993-1995
  • Economic reform ; Foreign investment ; Internationalization ; Investment ; Joint company ; Regional analysis ; Russia
  • Restructuring of the Polish passenger car industry through foreign direct investment
  • Car industry ; Direct investment ; Foreign investment ; Globalization ; Industrial restructuring ; Industry ; Poland
  • Foreign direct investment and state export performance
  • Competitiveness ; Economic impact ; Export ; Foreign investment ; International trade ; Investment ; Model ; Regional economy ; United States of America
  • A frequently noted but little studied issue within the debate over FDI is the impact of FDI on U.S. foreign trade, and particularly on the foreign trade of U.S. regions. This study assesses the effects of FDI on the manufacturing export performance
  • Seeking competitive advantage in an emergent open economy: foreign direct investment in Chinese industry
  • China ; Competitiveness ; Economic reform ; Economic strategy ; Economy ; Enterprise ; Foreign investment ; Industrial firm ; Investment
  • The AA. explore how foreign investors penetrate China's economy and seek to build a competitive edge for their operations in local and international markets. The role of social networks in influencing the selection and outcomes of foreign investors
  • Patterns of entry and the role of foreign-controlled investments in the forest product sector of British Columbia
  • This study conceptualizes foreign investment in terms of the spatial entry barriers facing internationally (and interregionally) expanding firms vis-à-vis their compensating entry advantages. On the basis of this framework foreign (and externally
  • ) controlled investments in the forest product sector of British Columbia between 1950 and 1977 are examined particularly with respect to the relative importance of alternative means of entry and the nature of post entry investment strategies.
  • Direct investment ; Financing ; Foreign investment ; Impact ; Investment ; Local development ; Poland ; Regional development ; Road infrastructure ; Transport
  • The subject of this book is foreign direct investment (FDI) in the Polish transport sector, in carriage activity, as well as the creation of transport infrastructure. There are three main purposes of the work : (1) better understanding as regards
  • location and a determining of regularities to the distribution, structure and interconnections of enterprises and branches of transport companies with foreign capital invested in Poland after 1990 ; (2) presentation of conditions under which foreign capital
  • has flowed into the Polish transport sector (with particular reference to location factors as regards greenfield investments) ; and (3) determination and evaluation of local and regional consequences of foreign transport investments, including
  • Foreign direct investment in a recent entrant to the EU : the case of the automotive industry in Romania
  • Car ; Foreign investment ; Impact ; Industry ; Local economy ; Production ; Romania