FDI in Poland : determinants and implications for countries in transition
Southern New Hampshire University
This paper examines the determinants of Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) in Poland and the Polish FDI experience since economic transition to a full market economy began in late 1989. Poland with a population of 38 million, a fully liberalized market economy in the center of Europe and recently as a full member of the E.U., has become a major recipient of FDI inflows. As a smaller emerging market, analyzing its success in the market for FDI is instructive and relevant for many other countries.
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