Location Choice and Clustering of Foreign Subsidiaries on the Economic Sustainability and Competitiveness of the Host Regions
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Arkadiusz Mironko: University of California
Chapter 1 in Determinants of FDI Flows within Emerging Economies, 2014, pp 1-3 from Palgrave Macmillan
Abstract In the last two decades many countries in Central and Eastern Europe have ventured onto the road of economic development via privatization economic reorganization and opening their doors to foreign investors while adopting the rules of the free market economy. For most countries of Central Europe (CE), this journey has by now culminated in their joining the free economic trade and movement of people in different zones of the European Union (EU). Included in that group is Poland, the country whose economic environment and attractiveness to foreign investors is the subject of this study.
Keywords: European Union; Foreign Direct Investment; Foreign Investor; Foreign Firm; Location Choice (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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