The impact of EU accession prospects on FDI inflows to central and eastern Europe

@inproceedings{Bevan2001TheIO,
  title={The impact of EU accession prospects on FDI inflows to central and eastern Europe},
  author={Alan A. Bevan and Saul Estrin and Heather Grabbe},
  year={2001}
}
One of the key benefits of the process of enlarging the EU is the boost it gives to foreign direct investment (FDI). Inflows of investment to central and eastern Europe (CEE) have increased sharply since 1994, when the European Union (EU) committed itself to enlarging. This was no coincidence: research conducted by two of the current authors suggests that the EU’s commitment helped to reinforce positive perceptions of the front-runner applicants’ suitability as investment locations. 
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