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Overview

Russia's post-reform crisis can be alleviated; it has the market, the abundant natural resources, and the human skills that foreign investors seek. What Russia needs are policies that enhance and streamline FDI inflows. This book informs about the advantages, over exports, of becoming insiders in a large market through a local operation.
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Fischer, an economist who advises Russian economist ministers on behalf of the German government, presents a thorough study aimed at policy-makers, academics, and donor countries who, in his words, "are slowly understanding that the only sustainable solution for overcoming Russia's persistent crisis hinges on industrial recovery. For this, Russia's manufacturing sector needs substantial capital and investments...." He discusses FDI theories and policy implications, global FDI potential and opportunities for the Russian economy, FDI as the catalyst for industrial transformation in China, India, and Mexico; Russia's key industries in the 1990s; and both long-term and short term FDI strategies for Russia. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780312230555
  • Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan
  • Publication date: 10/28/2000
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 613
  • Product dimensions: 5.74 (w) x 8.85 (h) x 1.68 (d)

Meet the Author

Paul Fischer is an Economist who advises the Russian authorities on behalf of the German Government.
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Table of Contents

List of Figures
List of Tables
List of Boxes
List of Maps
Foreword
Preface
A Word from the Author
List of Acronyms
Introduction: Background and Rationale of the Study
Pt. I FDI Theories and Policy Implications
1 Overview of Main FDI Theories 19
Pt. II Global FDI Potential and Opportunities for the Russian Economy
2 Determinants of Global FDI 51
3 Global FDI Trends 79
Annex 3.1 The world's leading FDI source countries, 1983-97 110
Annex 3.2 The world's leading FDI recipient countries, 1983-97 112
4 TNCs as Global Investors 116
Annex 4.1 The world's top 100 TNCs ranked by foreign assets, 1996 132
Annex 4.2 Top 50 TNCs of emerging economies, 1996 138
Pt. III FDI as the Catalyst for Industrial Transformation in Selected Large Emerging Markets
5 FDI Policies and Prospects in China 147
Annex 5.1 Catalogue for the guidance of foreign investment industries, China, 1997-2002 190
6 FDI Policies and Prospects in India 197
Annex 6.1 List of industries and services open to FDI, India, 1997-98 233
Annex 6.2 List of industries reserved for the public sector, India, 1997-98 237
7 FDI Policies and Prospects in Mexico 241
Annex 7.1 Restricted sectors, Mexico, 1997-98 268
Pt. IV Russia's Key Industries and FDI Achievements in the 1990s
8 Russia's Economic and Industrial Performance during Transition 275
9 Salient Features of FDI in Russia 315
Pt. V Towards a Long-Term FDI Strategy for Russia
10 Strategic State Guidance for FDI 341
11 Russia and its Competitor LEMs 356
12 The Competitiveness of Russian Industry at the Threshold of the Twenty-first Century 377
13 FDI Sourcing Potential in the World's Leading Economies 405
14 Strategic Target Setting for Russian FDI during 2000-05 452
Pt. VI Policy Instruments for Enhancing FDI during 2000-05
15 Framework Conditions for Foreign Investors 467
16 FDI-related Policy Instruments 481
Annex 16.1 The MESI experience 527
17 Institution Building and FDI Agenda 534
Appendix Definitions and Explanatory Notes 549
Bibliography and Selected Reading 557
Index 565
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