European Integration as a Determinant of Foreign Direct Investment in Central and Eastern Europe, 1995-2013

By Domagoj Babic. Princeton University.

When companies choose to undertake foreign direct investments (FDI) in emerging countries (such as those in Central and Eastern Europe) rather than their home countries or developed ones, they are usually attracted by lower wages and a lucrative entrance to a new and un(der)utilized market (Walsh and Yu, 2010). Continue reading European Integration as a Determinant of Foreign Direct Investment in Central and Eastern Europe, 1995-2013