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|All Authors / Contributors:||
Theodore H Moran; Peterson Institute for International Economics.
|Description:||xi, 170 pages ; 23 cm|
|Contents:||Introduction and overview --
FDI in extractive industries --
FDI in infrastructure --
FDI in manufacturing and assembly --
First look at impact of FDI in services --
Reconsidering the debate about FDI "crowding out" or "crowding in" domestic investment --
FDI, host-country growth, and structural transformation : how large are the gains, and should FDI be subsidized? --
The globalization of industry via FDI : consequences for developed-country home economies --
Policy implications --
Lessons and concluding observations.
|Responsibility:||Theodore H. Moran.|