What is the attractiveness of Albania for Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) flows?
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BeschreibungMaster's Thesis from the year 2010 in the subject Business economics - Investment and Finance, grade: 1.0, Oxford Brookes University, course: MSc in International Management, language: English, abstract: Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) was a key factors in shaping worlds economy
over the last couple of decades. During this period it grew faster than trade
and was considered vehicle of increasing integration of the world economy.
Despite being one of the poorest countries in Europe, Albania has managed
to attract solid interest from foreign investors. Albania offers access to a
growing market, to a competitive business environment, abundant availability
of well-educated workforce and in possibility of the first mover advantage in
some growing new markets. The government has made several economic
reforms to deliver an enhanced investment climate. The aim of this
dissertation is to assess and evaluate Albania's attractiveness to FDI in order
to identify the policy implications required to increase inflows.
Throughout the critical analysis conducted during the literature review, the
author distils the 'host country determinants' framework based on the location
variable to assess and evaluate Albania's attractiveness for FDI flows.
Results provided a number of incentives and disincentives features of
Albania's host country determinants, leading the author to provide policy
implications, which aim at increasing inflows. FDI play an irreplaceable role
for the implementation of the strategic reforms, technology transfer and
advance managerial methods. Albania possesses all the essential
components to increase inward FDI but this will be explored through the
author's own developed framework. The result of the analysis will produce
policy implications that aim to boost Albania's future FDI inflows.
Untertitel: Auflage. Sprache: Englisch.
Verlag: GRIN Verlag
Erscheinungsdatum: Juni 2011
Seitenanzahl: 124 Seiten