The effects of conventional and unconventional FDI on the host country

  title={The effects of conventional and unconventional FDI on the host country},
  author={Jimmyn Parc and Jin-Sup Jung},
  journal={Journal of Korea Trade},
Purpose The purpose of this paper is to analyze and compare the effects of conventional and unconventional FDI on the host country in a more comprehensive and systematic way. Design/methodology/approach Both the OLI paradigm and the imbalance theory are linked to the diamond model in order to compare the effects of conventional and unconventional FDI on the host country. This methodology is then applied to the real world as a case study, FDI toward the Korean automobile industry. Findings… 

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