Foreign Direct Investment in Southeastern Europe
Andreas School of Business Working Paper
34 Pages Posted: 27 Dec 2003
Date Written: December 2003
This study discusses some of the factors that potential investors look at when trying to determine whether to invest in a particular country. The focus is on eleven countries in Southeastern Europe. Statistics from the 2003 Index of Economic Freedom for these eleven countries are examined from the period 1995-2003 to determine trends. The countries are also ranked for the most current year.
Keywords: Foreign direct investment, FDI, Southeastern Europe, Eastern Europe, Balkans, transition economy, Albania, Bosnia, Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Greece, Macedonia, Moldova, Romania, Slovenia, Turkey, Yugoslavia, Serbia, Montenegro
JEL Classification: D81, F21, F23, F43, O10, O16, O52, P20, P21
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