Outward FDI From Emerging Markets: Some Policy Issues

@inproceedings{Sauvant2007OutwardFF,
  title={Outward FDI From Emerging Markets: Some Policy Issues},
  author={Karl P. Sauvant},
  year={2007}
}
Outward foreign direct investment (OFDI) from emerging markets (essentially all non-OECD countries) has risen considerably during the past decade, reaching $133 billion in 2005, for a stock of some $1.4 trillion. As in the case of developed countries, the bulk of this investment is accounted for by a limited number of economies, with ten of them responsible for 83% in 2005. An increasing number of emerging market firms are joining the rank of multinational enterprises (MNEs), i.e. firms… CONTINUE READING
BETA

References

Publications referenced by this paper.
SHOWING 1-7 OF 7 REFERENCES

Will a backlash trump the driving forces of FDI ?

K. P. Sauvant
  • 2007
VIEW 2 EXCERPTS

Will a backlash trump the driving forces of FDI? In: K

K. P. Sauvant
  • 2007
VIEW 2 EXCERPTS

Sauvant , ‘ ‘ New sources of FDI : the BRICs . Outward FDI from Brazil , Russia , India and China Sauvant , ‘ ‘ A backlash against foreign direct investment ?

P. SeeKarl

    ‘ Will a backlash trump the driving forces of FDI ?

    Karl P. Sauvant
    • World Investment Prospects to 2011

    ‘ Will a backlash trump the driving forces of FDI ?

    Karl P. Sauvant
    • World Investment Prospects to 2011

    Similar Papers