Thursday, March 11, 2010

What Can Nontraditional Direct Foreign Investment Do For a Country?

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Why are some governments more effective than others at attracting nontraditional foreign direct investment? Thunderbird’s Roy C. Nelson, Ph.D., a global studies professor with expertise in Latin America, argues that ...
... nontraditional foreign direct investment, which requires more advanced skills and training from a country’s workers, can help improve a country’s development prospects and diversify its economy. Examples of this include investment in software development centers, biotechnology or global services.
Learn more about what Dr. Nelson has to say on this subject here.

Follow Nelson on Twitter here.

2 comments:

Drop Shipping said...

I always keep a track of what Dr Nelson has to say as I relate to his views. Thanks for the post.

Lisa said...

Foreign direct investment (FDI) is a measure of foreign ownership of productive assets, such as factories, mines and land. Increasing foreign investment can be used as one measure of growing economic globalization.

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