Editorial: FDI in Central Europe
AbstractLiterature offers numerous concepts, models, and theories explaining foreign direct investment (FDI) inflows and outflows. The most popular classification of these theories divides them into three groups (Kilic et al., 2014): macro-level theories, micro-level theories, and development theories, which combine elements of both macro- and microlevel theories (Wach & Wojciechowski, 2014; Wojciechowski, 2013).
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Wach, K., & Wojciechowski, L. (2014). The Determinants of Outwards Foreign Direct Investment from the V4 Countries: Importance of EU and MU Membership â€“ A Panel Gravity Model Approach. In: J. Suchecka, & P. StroÅ¼ek (Eds.), Spatial Econometrics and Regional Economic Analysis. Proceedings of the 3 Scientific Conference. ÅÃ³dÅº, 9-10 June 2014. University ÅÃ³dÅº.
Wojciechowski, L. (2013). The Determinants of FDI Flows from the EU-15 to the Visegrad Group Countries â€“ A Panel Gravity Model Approach. Entrepreneurial Business and Economics Review, 1(1), 7-22.
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