World FDI, An ‘Unequal Partners’ and ‘Concentric Circles’ Design Part III. Studying the Rest of Europe: Western, versus Central and Eastern Europe

31 Pages Posted: 4 Sep 2016

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Dalina Andrei

Romanian Academy - Institute for Economic Forecasting

Liviu Andrei

National School for Political Sciences and Public Administration

Date Written: September 2, 2016

Abstract

This is our third article already in the previously promised series to focus on FDI & DIA, as unitary fluid substance world owned, and so flows and stocks and country actors carrying these, but respective amounts unevenly distribute on these country actors. Once more, our approach on FDI won’t change any of its previous paradigm, coordinates and criteria considered, i.e dynamics mean individual country versus world speed difference along the 1994-2015 interval, in which the 1994 stocks accumulate FDI&DIA flows since 1990, and top countries range up to an important majority of stocks amounts in the total and so a relatively stable percentage, on the one hand, and down to 0.2% on FDI/inflows and to 0.1% of the same total world stocks on DIA/outflows, on the other. This time we will stay in Europe to focus on two so-called ‘sub-regions’ of this continent with interesting FDI-DIA contents, that will then interestingly aggregate for something that might equally become a territory more economically homogeneous than previously thought.

Keywords: foreign direct investments (FDI), direct investments abroad (DIA), external balance of payments (EBP)

JEL Classification: J29

Suggested Citation

Andrei, Dalina and Andrei, Liviu, World FDI, An ‘Unequal Partners’ and ‘Concentric Circles’ Design Part III. Studying the Rest of Europe: Western, versus Central and Eastern Europe (September 2, 2016). Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=2834110 or http://dx.doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.2834110

Dalina Andrei

Romanian Academy - Institute for Economic Forecasting ( email )

050711, Bucureşti
Romania

Liviu Andrei (Contact Author)

National School for Political Sciences and Public Administration ( email )

Povernei Street, 6, Sector 1
Bucharest
Romania

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