Foreign Direct Investment and Governments by John Dunning
(Routledge Studies in International Business and the World Economy)

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This new paperback edition of Foreign Direct Investment and Governments examines the dynamic relationship between foreign direct investment, governments and economic development. The book includes:
* an investigation of the catalytic role played by the governments and multinationals in determining national advantages
* eleven in-depth national studies of the UK, USA, Japan, New Zealand, India, Mexico, Spain, Sweden, China, Indonesia and Taiwan
* analysis of all aspects of the investment development path
Foreign Direct Investment and Governments is an excellent source book for students of international business.

About John Dunning

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John Dunning has revealed some of book collecting's most shocking secrets in his bestselling series of crime novels featuring Cliff Janeway: "Booked to Die", which won the prestigious Nero Wolfe award; "The Bookman's Wake", a "New York Times" Notable Book of 1995; and the "New York Times" and "Book Sense" bestsellers "The Bookman's Promise", "The Sign of the Book", and "The Bookwoman's Last Fling". He is also the author of the Edgar Award-nominated "Deadline", "The Holland Suggestions", and "Two O'Clock, Eastern Wartime". An expert on rare and collectible books, he owned the Old Algonquin Bookstore in Denver for many years. He is also an expert on American radio history, authoring "On the Air: The Encyclopedia of Old-Time Radio". He lives in Denver, Colorado.Visit his website at
Published September 2, 2003 by Routledge. 488 pages
Genres: Business & Economics, Political & Social Sciences, Professional & Technical. Non-fiction

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