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  • Investments, 1979-1984
  • Total investments (with regional distribution)| investments in the socialised and private sectors (technical composition and structure of investment funds) with 5 tables.
  • 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
  • Capital investment in social activities
  • Facilities (survey of facilities by republic and autonomous province, 1965-1981)| investment (investment as a proportion of national income, structure of investment by purpose, investment per head of the population and per employed).
  • 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)
  • Cocoa research in Nigeria: an ex post investment analysis
  • A plea for further funds to be invested in agricultural research. (EMS).
  • EQUILIBRIUM IN REGIONAL INVESTMENT: A REPLY
  • Competition ; Form of transport ; Greece ; Investment ; Public expenditure ; Transport
  • The paper develops and implements a system-wide spatioeconomic model to analyze the expenditure competition among different types of investment in the Greek transport sector. The approach can offer valuable insight into the economies of scale
  • and synergies associated with a particular transport investment. The results indicate the statistical significance of scale effects of transport investment, substitution effects of road investment on other types of transport investment, and political factors
  • on different types of transport investment.
  • The geography of venture capital investments in the UK
  • Enterprise ; Finance ; Globalization ; Investment ; Market ; Regional development ; Spatial concentration ; United Kingdom ; Venture capital
  • The paper reviews the regional distribution of venture capital investments in the UK in the 1990s, a period of massive growth in venture capital investment activity. Its regional concentration has been reduced since the 1980s. This shift has been
  • driven by merchant venture capital (investments which facilitate corporate restructuring through ownership change). Classic investments in young entrepreneurial companies remain highly concentrated in London and the South East.
  • Pro-investment activities of local governments and location decision of entrepreneurs
  • Direct investment ; Foreign investment ; Impact ; Investment ; Local government ; Poland ; Urban function
  • This study set out to analyse relation between local government activities and arrival of new investors. The links between various pro-investment decision and activities were investigated as well as relation between the spatial pattern of green
  • -field foreign direct investment and investment climate. A comparative analysis of pro-investment activities of fourteen gminas in Poland was performed. Territorial marketing theory, localisation theory and the concept of urban regime was the significant
  • beck-ground of the original research. To conclude, pro-investment activities of local governments are indispensable part of localisation decision of medium-sized and big enterprises. - (BJ)
  • 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
  • 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
  • Hong Kong firms in the ASEAN region: transnational corporations and foreign direct investment
  • Development strategy ; Direct investment ; Enterprise ; Finance ; Hong Kong ; Indonesia ; Industrial branch ; Industrialization ; Investment ; Malaysia ; Management ; Philippines ; Singapore ; South-Eastern Asia ; Thailand ; Trade ; Transnational
  • Some facets of the economic links between Hong Kong and the ASEAN are studied in relation to the transnational operations of HK firms and their investment flows in ASEAN. Transnational corporations in the tertiary sector are inclined to establish
  • cross-border operations. Indonesia and Thailand are the most favoured destinations for the investments.
  • Determinants of state investment in China, 1953-1990
  • China ; Economic base ; Ideology ; Investment ; Regional development ; Regional disparities ; State control
  • This study focuses on one important force that affects China's regional development : state investment in basic construction. The more developed eastern region always enjoyed a greater proportion of state investment than the other regions
  • . The factors that affected the temporal patterns of its regional distribution are the ideological concern for spatial equity, defense considerations and the practical needs of the national economy. These factors exerted different influence on the investment
  • Moroccan rail transport investment: accumulation versus legitimation
  • Development ; Freight ; Government intervention ; Internationalization ; Investment ; Morocco ; Passengers ; Railway ; Transport
  • Following recent World Bank-financed efforts to rehabilitate the railways of many developing countries, the AA. attempt to provide some fresh analytical insights into rail transport investment in countries whose economies are becoming ever more
  • dependent on international economic institutions. They seek theoretical explanations for the substantial investment during the 1980s. State investment in railways has resulted in insufficient resources for social equity.
  • 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 investment ; Investment ; National economy ; Privatisation ; Russia
  • Road investment programming for developing countries: an Indonesian example