The Changing Patterns of Foreign Direct Investment: Survey Insights
Krisztina Tóth and
Valdone Darskuviene ()
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Delia Ionasçu: Copenhagen Business School
Przemysław Kulawczuk: University of Gdansk and Institute for Private Enterprise and Democracy
Anna Szcześniak: Institute for Private Enterprise and Democracy
Zoltán Antal-Mokos: European School of Management and Technology
Krisztina Tóth: Corvinus University of Budapest
Chapter 3 in Acquisition Strategies in European Emerging Markets, 2007, pp 27-39 from Palgrave Macmillan
Abstract The questionnaire survey conducted for this research project shows crosscountry differences in the patterns of foreign direct investment (FDI), in the motives for and performance of investment, and in investors’ assessments of the local business environment. Following a brief introduction to the survey methodology, we discuss the investors and review their entry motives, entry modes and performance. Generally, we find fewer changes in entry pattern over the period of the 1990s than expected, but also uncover some interesting differences across the three countries in our study, and between European emerging economies (EEE) and other emerging economies.
Keywords: Foreign Direct Investment; Foreign Investor; Entry Mode; Foreign Direct Investment Inflow; Foreign Affiliate (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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