The key determinants of Foreign Direct Investment Inflows to polish market after fall of the Iron Curtain
Nowicki, Arkadiusz; Wolverhampton, United Kingdom, University of Wolverhampton (2014)
Wolverhampton, United Kingdom, University of Wolverhampton
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Foreign Direct Investment is currently a main ingredient of economic growth in economies across the world due to the worldwide integration and development. Multinational Companies’ decisions on where to locate their capital are determined by many factors that put their profitability at stake. These activities nowadays are focused on emerging economies that encourage foreign investors offering a great amount of incentives and preferential conditions. Many researchers have already attempted to explain the key determinants of Foreign Direct Investment in Central Eastern European Countries; however the number of studies on Poland is very limited. Therefore, this dissertation aims at analyzing the determinants of Foreign Direct Investment and investigates their nature.