Globalization and the Quality of Foreign Direct Investment

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Oxford University Press, 2002 - Political Science - 257 pages
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In the age of globalization and increasing "internationalization," Foreign Direct Investments (FDI) have received considerable attention in the policy analysis circles. Developing countries attempt to seek more FDI inflows to fill up the resource gap that constrain their development. All too often, governments overlook technology, market access, and other externalities of inflows.LThis book is one of the first to bring the quality of dimension of inflows into the analysis of FDI. It also goes on to develop analytical models covering structural, geopolitical, and policy implications for international intervention.

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Explaining the Extent of Localization or Depth of Foreign
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Concluding Remarks
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MNE PRESENCE AND ITS LOCALIZATION
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Nagesh Kumar is Deputy Director-General, Research and Information System for Developing Countries, New Delhi.

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