Analyzing FDI in Central-East Europe on the basis of sample surveys.
In: Dyker, D., (ed.)
Closing the East-West productivity gap: foreign direct investment, competitiveness and public policy.
Imperial College Press: London, UK.
Book description: A product of the Framework V research project, this book addresses one of the key problems facing the EU today: Why is the ‘new’ EU so much poorer than the ‘old’, and how will EU enlargement help to solve the problem? Focusing on the productivity problems underlying the East-West gap, it looks in particular at the role that foreign investment and R&D can play in closing it. Against that background, the book assesses what role proactive development policy might play in attacking the roots of low social productivity. Concluding that there will be a clear-cut process of convergence between East and West, albeit an incomplete one, it finishes with an assessment of the patterns of competitiveness, East and West, that are likely to emerge from this process of incomplete convergence. The material is based on a rich archive of empirical material which no competing title can match, and combines in-depth interviews with standard quantitative approaches and critical policy analysis.
|Title:||Analyzing FDI in Central-East Europe on the basis of sample surveys|
|UCL classification:||UCL > School of Arts and Social Sciences > SSEES|
Archive Staff Only