The investment development path and geographic patterns of Poland's FDI: new evidence
Marian Gorynia , Jan Nowak , Piotr Trąpczyński , Radosław Wolniak
AbstractThe purpose of the present study is to incorporate geographic analysis of FDI into the classic IDP model. By supplementing the traditional analysis of NOI (outward FDI stock - inward FDI stock), which has been criticized as being an incomplete indicator of a country’s position on the IDP, with a analysis of geographic patterns in inward and outward FDI (with respect to main country groups and individual countries being providers and/or recipients of FDI to and from Poland), the authors strive to offer a better explanation of Poland’s current NOI position and provide more in-depth support to some necessary policy recommendations. Hence the main contribution of this study to the international business scholarship is believed to be two-fold: (a) further development of the IDP research methodology and, (b) better understanding of the idiosyncratic nature of the IDP in Poland.
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|Book||Piscitello Lucia, Elia Stefano (eds.): Internationalization in the information age. Proceedings of the 43rd European International Business Academy Conference, 2017, European International Business Academy, ISBN 978-88-6493-042-8, 140 p.|
|Keywords in English||investment development path, FDI, Poland|
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