World FDI, an ‘Unequal Partners’ and ‘Concentric Circles’ Design: Part V: The Other Floor of Analysis: World Regions

23 Pages Posted: 18 Sep 2016

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Dalina Andrei

Romanian Academy - Institute for Economic Forecasting

Liviu Andrei

National School for Political Sciences and Public Administration

Date Written: September 16, 2016

Abstract

This article continues the previously promised series to focus on FDI & DIA, as unitary fluid substance world owned, and so flows and stocks and country actors carrying these, but respective amounts unevenly distribute on these country actors. This meets circumstances of a game theory, or so. Dynamics mean individual country versus world speed difference along the 1994-2015 interval, in which the 1994 stocks accumulate FDI & DIA flows since 1990, and top countries range up to an important majority of stocks amounts in the total (85-95%) and so a relatively stable percentage, on the one hand, and down to 0.2% on FDI/inflows and to 0.1% of the same total world stocks on DIA/outflows, on the other.

This time it will be for a changing organizational context, i.e. from countries to regions.

Keywords: foreign direct investments (FDI), direct investments abroad (DIA), external balance of payments (EBP)

JEL Classification: J29

Suggested Citation

Andrei, Dalina and Andrei, Liviu, World FDI, an ‘Unequal Partners’ and ‘Concentric Circles’ Design: Part V: The Other Floor of Analysis: World Regions (September 16, 2016). Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=2840007 or http://dx.doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.2840007

Dalina Andrei

Romanian Academy - Institute for Economic Forecasting ( email )

050711, Bucureşti
Romania

Liviu Andrei (Contact Author)

National School for Political Sciences and Public Administration ( email )

Povernei Street, 6, Sector 1
Bucharest
Romania

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