Inward FDI and its Policy Context in Russia
Transnational Corporations Review, 2012, vol. 4, issue 3, 10-22
The recent global financial and economic crisis has revealed weaknesses of the Russian model of development in the 2000s. It is doubtful whether the efforts currently under way by the Russian Government to ¡°repair¡± the existing model without political and economic reforms will lead toward a major improvement of the investment climate as only slight changes are being made (e. g., the improvement of the Russian migration regime and the development of special economic zones). However, the federal elections in 2012 could lead to more efficient steps, although it is difficult to predict the scale of probable positive shifts in the investment climate. This article discusses Russian inward FDI and its policy context.
Keywords: Russian; inward FDI; policy; development (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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