Instabilite Socio-politique et attractivite des Investissements Directs Etrangers (IDE) au Cameroun
Gouenet Marcel Rene () and
Christian Nguena ()
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Gouenet Marcel Rene: Association of African Young Economists
No 13_006, AAYE Policy Research Working Paper Series from Association of African Young Economists
This paper prolongs the reflection on the business and investment environment which remains the major determinant of the quality and quantity of Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) destined for a country. Socio-political instability creates an unfavourable environment and represents a risk for the private investment in general and for FDI in particular. The unattractive nature of sub-Saharan African countries for foreign investors and the coexistence of socio-political instability factors such as civil wars, “coups d’états”, and different civil problems have pushed to use specific context of Cameroon to evaluate the relation between socio-political instability and the influx of FDI.
Keywords: Socio-political instability; Unattractive; Foreign Direct Investment flows; Factor of risk; Business and investment environment (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Pages: 23 pages
Date: 2013-07, Revised 2013-12
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