A comparative assessment of U.S. direct investment in China and India
MetadataShow full item record
Foreign direct investment (FDI) has made a dynamic surge into the world economy in the last fifteen years by growing strongly at rates well above those of global foreign trade. China and India attract a significant portion of the global FDI, however, the magnitude of China’s FDI flows is much larger than that of India’s. The special reason for China’s super-magnetic attraction of FDI is intriguing. This dissertation is an attempt to answer the question by making a comparative assessment of the legal framework governing FDI in China and India, with special reference to U.S direct investment, thereby identifying lessons for India and other developing nations in order to increase their FDI inflows.
Showing items related by title, author, creator and subject.
Basheer, Amjad Ahasan (uga, 2008-12)This thesis is a study of the development of long-term infrastructure projects in the emerging economies. The essay addresses the emerging economies’ particular attraction to project finance to bring in much needed foreign ...
Walton, Hannah (uga, 2014-05)This thesis examines the relationship between the amount of foreign direct investment (FDI) attracted to a state as a result of that state’s respect for six worker rights: Compulsory Labor, Minimum Age, Reasonable Working ...
Lin, Qihua (uga, 2002-05)Investment decisions are decisions about future consumption as well as the purchase of intangible goods, which involve both high uncertainty and high perceived risk. Based on the literature on consumers’ information search, ...