The Real Option Approach (ROA) has been put forth as the solution to the problem of valuing manager flexibility and project risk within the framework of capital budgeting. In this thesis the ROA is applied on one of the riskiest of corporate ventures namely foreign direct investment.
Until recently major part of FDI flows had been among developed economies with similar relative factor endowments, income levels and market institutions such as property rights regimes. Consequently, major theoretical streams of FDI in economics could simplify FDI as a substitute for
The purpose of this paper is to examine whether foreign direct investment, FDI, has any impact on economic growth in Mexico. In order to find a possible connection I use a multiple regression analysis with GDP per capita as dependent variable. Furthermore,
In the global world FDI is the most prominent economic development factor for the growth of home and host countries GDP. FDI and Trade performances are positively engage in the complementarity or substitutability relationship depending on the country factors advantages and microeconomic
In recent years, policymakers, especially in the developing countries, have come to the conclusion that foreign direct investment (FDI) is needed to boost the growth in their economy. It is claimed that FDI can create employment, increase technological development in the host
This Thesis (Foreign Direct Investment in cohesion to employment – case of Poland) has examined the FDI effects on employment in the case of Poland. The main objective is proving how foreign capital inflows affect on job creation and recent unemployment rate
The aim of the thesis is to investigate the interdependency relation between transnational corporations and states, as actors in the international political arena. The thesis extracts a theory of asymmetric interdependence, which to some extent explains the nature of this relation. Transnational