The purpose of this book is to provide policy insights to decision-makers, academics and researchers on investment flows and patterns in Southeast Europe. The report explores some of the determinants of private investment, such as: the financing sources for investment, the contribution of FDI and the role of public investment. It finds that investment rates in Southeast Europe are substantially lower than among the EU-8 and the fast growing East Asian economies, which could explain partly the slower economic growth in Southeast Europe.
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Published February 2, 2009
by world bank publications.
Business & Economics, Political & Social Sciences.