Modelling EU FDI deflection between the new EU member states and Chinese provinces
Foreign direct investment, European Union, China
The issue of regionalism and how it affects FDI allocation within and between regions has not yet been dealt with satisfactorily by the voluminous literature on FDI. The issue of FDI dispersion, or of how traditional recipients of FDI flows can be affected by rising competitive advantages in countries of the same region as well as in countries of other regions, has received little attention. This article introduces the concept of EU FDI deflection across regions and measures it for 14 chosen locations in the new EU member states and Chinese provinces against the background of the fifth EU enlargement.
Wei, Xiaojun, and Bernadette Andreosso-O'Callaghan. "Modelling EU FDI Deflection Between the New EU Member States and Chinese Provinces." Intereconomics 43, no. 3 (2008): 163-175. doi:10.1007/s10272-008-0246-y.
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