Foreign Direct Investment in Central and Eastern Europe
This title was first published in 2003. Covering a diverse range of countries such as Bulgaria, the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, Slovakia, Slovenia and Russia, as well as referring to the characteristics of the region as a whole, this book examines the inflow and outflow of foreign direct investment from both home and host company and country perspectives. By analyzing foreign direct investment in terms of process, content and context, the book provides a holist approach towards direct foreign investment in the transitional context of Central and Eastern Europe, embracing both macro- and micro-economic perspectives of the process.
Table of Contents
Contents: Overview of Foreign Direct Investment in Central and Eastern Europe: Introduction, Marin Alexandrov Marinov and Svetla Trifonova Marinova; A decade of transition in Central and Eastern Europe: trends in foreign trade and foreign direct investment, Shaukat Ali, Jan Nowak and Josef PÃ¶schl; Attracting foreign direct investment in the first decade of transition: assessing the successes, Carl H. McMillan and Ken Morita; Foreign direct investment in Central and Eastern Europe in the period 1990-2000: patterns and consequences, Alojzy Z. Nowak and Jeff Steagall; Motives and strategies for foreign direct investment in Central and Eastern Europe, Svetla Trifonova Marinova and Marin Alexandrov Marinov; Relationships between foreign direct investment and trade flows in a transition economy: the case of Ukraine, Nadiya Mankovska and James W. Dean. Foreign Direct Investment in Central and Eastern Europe: Country of Origin Effects: Russian outward foreign direct investment: windows open to the West, doors not closed to the East, Kari Liuhto and Jari Jumpponen; Characteristics of Japanese foreign direct investment in Central and Eastern Europe, Marin Alexandrov Marinov, Ken Morita and Svetla Trifonova Marinova; An examination of Turkish direct investments in Central and Eastern Europe and the Commonwealth of independent states, Refik Culpan and Emin Akcaoglu. Impact of Foreign Direct Investment on Countries in Central and Eastern Europe: Supply-side strategy for productivity, competitiveness and convergence for the EU and the CEECs, Christos N. Pitelis; On the path of Poland's globalization, Marian Gorynia, Jan Nowak and Radoslaw Wolniak; Foreign capital and economic development in Hungary, Valéria Szekeres; Foreign direct investment as a driver for the restructuring of a transitional economy: internal and micro-external change, Sonia Ferencikova. Forms of Foreign Direct Investment in Central and Eastern Europe: Strategic orientation of Finnish investors in Russia, Inkeri Hirvensalo and Piia Heliste; Organizational learning as a solution for partner conflicts in Russian-foreign joint ventures, Jarmo Nieminen; Foreign market expansion in newly emerging markets: Finnish companies in the VisegrÃ¡d countries, Zsuzsanna Vincze; Name index; Subject index.
'...the book offers an interesting discussion of various FDI aspects in transition countries, covering a diverse range of CEE countries...the book provides a comprehensive study of the motives of multinationals for entering CEE, the entry mode and its connection with characteristics of both home and host countries, the degree of satisfaction investors achieved through their operations, and the effects these operations have on particular economies.' South-Eastern Europe Journal of Economics