Foreign direct investment from developing countries - the case of China and India

Maciej Żmuda

Abstract

The dissertation explores outward foreign direct investment (FDI) from China and India. It presents an overview of Chinese and Indian outward investment - its characteristics and trends, including geographic distribution, sector composition, organisational forms, main investors, an evolution of national policies towards FDI. The main goal of the dissertation is to present at the macroeconomic level, by using econometric modeling, motives and reasons behind Chinese and Indian outward foreign direct investment. The research covers the period 2003- 2010. The study sample covers 80 economies - the biggest recipients of Chinese and Indian foreign direct investment. Moreover, the analysis is conducted at several levels total investment, different groups of FDI recipients, and sub-periods
Diploma typeDoctor of Philosophy
Author Maciej Żmuda
Maciej Żmuda,,
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Title in EnglishForeign direct investment from developing countries - the case of China and India
Languagepl polski
Certifying UnitFaculty of Economic Sciences (ES)
Disciplineekonomia / nauki ekonomiczne(nauki ekonomiczne) / nauki społeczne()
Defense Date13-07-2015
End date13-07-2015
Supervisor Bogusława Drelich-Skulska (ES / DIER)
Bogusława Drelich-Skulska,,
- Department of International Economic Relations

Internal reviewers Wawrzyniec Michalczyk (ES / DIER)
Wawrzyniec Michalczyk,,
- Department of International Economic Relations
External reviewers Katarzyna Żukrowska
Katarzyna Żukrowska,,
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Pages209
Keywords in EnglishChina, lndia, foreign direct investment, model of investment
Abstract in EnglishThe dissertation explores outward foreign direct investment (FDI) from China and India. It presents an overview of Chinese and Indian outward investment - its characteristics and trends, including geographic distribution, sector composition, organisational forms, main investors, an evolution of national policies towards FDI. The main goal of the dissertation is to present at the macroeconomic level, by using econometric modeling, motives and reasons behind Chinese and Indian outward foreign direct investment. The research covers the period 2003- 2010. The study sample covers 80 economies - the biggest recipients of Chinese and Indian foreign direct investment. Moreover, the analysis is conducted at several levels total investment, different groups of FDI recipients, and sub-periods
KBN classificationekonomia
Thesis file
Zmuda_M_Bezposrednie_Inwestycje_Zagraniczne_Z_Krajow_Rozwijajacych_Sie.pdf 1,68 MB
Reviews
Zmuda_M_Recenzja_Wroblewski_M.pdf 1,25 MB
Zmuda_M_Recenzja_Zukrowska_K.pdf 1,48 MB

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