Foreign Direct Investment in Transition Economies and European Union Membership : the Case of Hungary and Poland

@inproceedings{Howell2003ForeignDI,
  title={Foreign Direct Investment in Transition Economies and European Union Membership : the Case of Hungary and Poland},
  author={Kristin K. Howell},
  year={2003}
}
FOREIGN DIRECT INVESTMENT IN TRANSITION ECONOMIES AND EUROPEAN UNION MEMBERSHIP: THE CASE OF HUNGARY AND POLAND Inflows of foreign direct investment (FDI) to the Transition Economies in Central and Eastern Europe and the Baltics have been relatively low since the fall of the iron curtain. This variable is considered one of the most important to international technology transfers and, thus, economic growth. Along with other crucial characteristics of a country, such as monetary stability and… CONTINUE READING
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