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Foreign direct investment

Foreign direct investment

Author: Kenneth A Froot
Publisher: Chicago u.a. : Univ. of Chicago Press, 1993.
Series: A National Bureau of Economic Research project report
Edition/Format:   Print book

In this text, economists look at changes in foreign direct investment - including historical trends, specific country experiences, developments in the semiconductor industry and variations in  Read more...

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Genre/Form: Kongress
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Kenneth A Froot
ISBN: 0226266214 9780226266213
OCLC Number: 231616216
Description: IX, 297 Seiten : Diagramme, Karten.
Contents: Introduction Kenneth A. Froot 1 The Surge in Foreign Direct Investment in the Late 1980s Conceptual Issues Paul Krugman and Edward Graham Comment: Kenneth A. Froot 2 New Perspectives on Foreign Direct Investment Rachel McCulloch Comment: Karl P. Sauvant 3 Where Are the Multinationals Headed? Raymond Vernon Comment: Richard E. Caves 4 Why is Foreign Direct Investment in Japan So Low? Robert Z. Lawrence Comment: Richard C. Marston 5 Foreign Direct Investment in the U.S.: Changes Over Three Decades Robert E. Lipsey 6 Mobile Exporters: New Foreign Investors in East Asia Louis T. Wells, Jr. Comment: Peter Petri 7 Foreign Direct Investment in Semiconductors David B. Yoffie Comment: Lael Brainard 8 International Corporate Equity Acquisitions: Who, Where, and Why? Paul M. Healy and Krishna G. Palepu Comment: Michael Adler 9 Foreign Mergers and Acquisitions in the United States Deborah L. Swenson Comment: Donald Lessard
Series Title: A National Bureau of Economic Research project report
Responsibility: ed. by Kenneth A. Froot.


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