Asian Foreign Direct Investment in Europe
This book analyses the most recent trends in Foreign Direct Investment from the major Asian economies to the EU, focusing on China and Japan’s FDIs in the EU, and Poland in particular. The authors assert that, from a European perspective, there is a strong need for further Asian FDIs into EU nations, which will establish mutual benefits.
This is the first book to explore the outflow of FDI from Asian nations to other countries, especially to EU member states, whereas the extant literature focuses on the inflow of FDI to Asian nations. The authors analyse a multidimensional range of issues, covering macroeconomics, finance, technology, and examine the governments, local authorities, and institutions that support such investments. FDI has an instrumental role in the development of host countries. Large-scale capital flow becomes a vehicle for providing foreign technology, knowledge, skills, and other inputs for the integration with international marketing, production, and distribution networks and for improving the economic competitiveness of firms and economic performance of the host country.
The analysis in the book is presented using statistical and econometrical approaches, emphasising a profound level of investigation, which will be particularly useful for graduate and PhD students of International Economics, Business and Trade.
Table of Contents
1 Research literature analysis on FDI and FDI flow between Asia and the EU member states; 2 The global financial crisis and FDI in Europe; 3 The effect of capital flows on Asian/Euro exchange market pressure; 4 FDI outflow from China to Poland – two decades of Chinese FDI in Poland; 5 Japanese FDI in Poland; 6 Japanese FDI in Spain: why do Japanese firms locate in Catalonia?; 7 FDI outflow from China to EU countries – exploring alternative futures for Chinese investments in European digital platforms; 8 FDI outflow from China to Germany; 9 Role of government authorities in facilitating Asian FDI outflow to EU member states
Prana Krishna Biswas is Research Dean at the Institute of Management Technology, Ghaziabad, India since 2019. Prior to that, he was Vice Chancellor of Skyline University, Nigeria. He was also Director of two Business Schools: LBSIM, Delhi and IFMR, Chennai, India. He has been a faculty member at IIFM Bhopal for almost 30 years.
Robert Dygas is Assistant Professor at the SGH Warsaw School of Economics (Department of East Asian Economic Studies) since 2019. He has 23 years of professional experience in international global business.