Examines the impact of foreign direct investment on workers, families, and communities in the developing world. Concludes with an analysis of the implications for contemporary policy debates and proposed new avenues for future research.During the period of economic isolation associated with apartheid, South Africa experienced problems of high cost and ... the United Kingdom with the Mercedes- Benz C-Class sedan, the BMW 3-Series sedan, and the VW Golf 4 hatchback.
|Title||:||Does Foreign Direct Investment Promote Development?|
|Author||:||Theodore H. Moran, Edward Montgomery Graham, Magnus Blomström|
|Publisher||:||Peterson Institute - 2005-01-01|