The Role of Foreign Direct Investment in Russia’s Economy: A View from Outside (Russian)
György Simon Jr.
Corvinus University of Budapest
November 1, 2008
The paper deals with an important aspect of international economic relations, the foreign direct investment (FDI), through the example of the Russian economy which grew rapidly before the recent global crisis. It exhibits the general tendencies of Russia’s modern economic development with a special emphasis on the post-Soviet transition process. Thereafter the country’s capital imports and exports are investigated in detail, surveying the sectoral structure of FDI and its geographical characteristics. The international role of Russian transnational corporations is also analysed.
Note: downloadable document is in Russian.
Number of Pages in PDF File: 21
Keywords: Foreign Direct Investment, Economic Development and Policy, Russia
JEL Classification: E60, F00, F21, F23, O10working papers series
Date posted: December 1, 2009
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