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Post crisis tendencies of foreign direct investment
Post crisis tendencies of foreign direct investment

Author(s): Miki Runtev
Subject(s): Economy
Published by: Економски факултет - Скопје, Универзитет „Св.Кирил и Методиј“
Keywords: Foreign direct investment; stimulation; foreign experience; international capital movement; economic development

Summary/Abstract: The motive for writing this paper is to answer the question of how the direct foreign investments have moved and how they have affected the end of the great financial crisis. Various motives are the cause of international tendencies, changes and effects caused by the global financial crisis. This paper deals with the issues of the relationship between foreign direct investments on the one hand and on the other hand, monitoring and analyzing the movements of a large group of countries, developing countries and emerging market economies for the period after the end of the crisis. The underlying research question is what tendencies and trends did FDIs face in the wake of major market turbulence and crises. For this purpose, the paper is generally divided into two parts, covering the theoretical structural-methodological studies. Namely, the role, problems and conditions of the integration processes that characterize the post-crisis FDI movements in comparison with the global developments are described.The purpose of this paper is to illustrate the structure and dynamics of foreign direct investment as it went through the transition process. The paper highlights the advantages and disadvantages of foreign models for stimulating foreign investment in the post-crisis period. In addition, the paper aims to highlight the reasons for the observed turbulence as well as to indicate possible future directions of action. It was essential to adjust the various elements of the domestic policies of the countries to the global movements, which affected the overall conditions for economic development.The following results are expected from the research: Greater proper conceptualisation of FDI attraction strategy, by constantly monitoring the situation, by regulating the international movement of capital worldwide, and especially at regional level, and by continually analyzing to remove constraints for greater attraction of FDI in countries where necessary.

  • Issue Year: 21/2019
  • Issue No: 3
  • Page Range: 61-74
  • Page Count: 14
  • Language: English