Foreign Direct Investment Policy–Friendly Business Environment in R&D Sectors: Baltic States versus Visegrad Countries

@article{imelyt2012ForeignDI,
  title={Foreign Direct Investment Policy–Friendly Business Environment in R\&D Sectors: Baltic States versus Visegrad Countries},
  author={Agnė {\vS}imelytė and Au{\vs}ra Liu{\vc}vaitienė},
  journal={Journal of East-West Business},
  year={2012},
  volume={18},
  pages={66 - 93}
}
This article examines the impact of foreign direct investment (FDI) policy on inward FDI in the Visegrad and Baltic countries. The analysis of business environment highlights that the countries in both regions attempt to create a friendly business environment by means of similar methods. However, the countries in both regions focus on fiscal incentives such as taxes, which do not play a major role in attracting inward FDI in R&D. The results of attracting FDI are better in the Visegrad… Expand
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