On Some Aspects of State-Owned Enterprises’ Foreign Direct Investments (SOEs’ FDI): The Case of Polish SOEs’ FDI
Marta Goetz , Barbara Jankowska
AbstractThis chapter seeks to enrich the existing literature by discussing the broader context of international engagement of state-owned enterprises (SOEs). It discusses the rationale for examining foreign direct investment (FDI) done by SOEs and outlines the challenges which need to be addressed in this respect. It provides a brief overview of FDI carried by Polish SOEs. The authors applied the qualitative methodology of critical literature review and descriptive analysis of internationalization of Polish state-controlled firms. This chapter can contribute to the current studies devoted mainly to Chinese or other Asian emerging state-controlled multinationals by adding the Central and Eastern European (CEE), in particular the Polish, perspective. It concludes that given the well-recognised peculiarities of such entities adequate framework needs to be adopted to explore their foreign activities. The Polish multi-case study encompassing nine entities demonstrates that the group can be pretty heterogeneous and indeed can combine the specificity of multinational enterprises (MNEs) and SOEs.
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|Book||Dorożyński Tomasz, Kuna-Marszałek Anetta (eds.): Outward foreign direct investment (FDI) in emerging market economies , Advances in Finance, Accounting and Economics Book Series, 2017, Business Science Reference (an imprint of IGI Global), ISBN 9781522523451, , 436 p., DOI:10.4018/978-1-5225-2345-1|
|Keywords in English||State-owned enterprises, FDI, Poland|
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