1 edition of European trade and foreign direct investment U-shaping industrial output in Central and Eastern Europe found in the catalog.
October 1998.Includes bibliographical references (p. 33-34).
|Statement||International Monetary Fund, Research Department|
|Publishers||International Monetary Fund, Research Department|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 81 p. :|
|Number of Pages||79|
|2||IMF working paper -- WP/98/150|
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The results indicate that the evolution of industrial production within sectors that were EU oriented prior to transition grew with increasing convexity over time. " ," 12602, LICOS - Centre for Institutions and Economic Performance, KU Leuven. The growth of EU-oriented output within sectors of industry, ex-post trade, and market liberalization, is modeled as foreign direct investment induced Schumpeterian vertical waves of product innovation.
This book assembles leading scholars and experts from around the world to advance current thinking on geoeconomics. It compares the different policies and national strategies adopted by key Central and Eastern European states, including the Czech Republic, Poland, Hungary and Slovakia, showing how initial internally oriented strategies of market reform, privileging domestic sources of investment, had by the late 1990s given way to externally oriented strategies emphasising the promotion of competitiveness by attracting foreign investment.
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We examine the evolution of industrial output in Bulgaria, Hungary, Poland and Romania over the period 1989-1995 in terms of product trade orientation prior to the transition process, some products traded in a market economy while others traded in the artificial market of the Soviet Bloc.
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It argues that internationalization of the state is forged in the processes through which domestic groups linked to transnational capital attain domestic influence necessary to shape state policy and strategy.
Author : J Mark Munoz• We theoretically and empirically model the growth dynamics of EU oriented output within sectors of industry, ex-post trade and market liberalisation, as Foreign Direct Investment FDI induced Schumpeterian vertical waves of product innovation.
The growth of non-EU-oriented output within sectors is modeled as unobservable deterministic heterogeneity. - Economic Development, Innovation, Technological Change, and Growth - - Innovation; Research and Development; Technological Change; Intellectual Property Rights - - - Technological Change: Choices and Consequences; Diffusion Processes• We theoretically and empirically model the growth dynamics of EU oriented output within sectors of industry, ex-post trade and market liberalisation, as Foreign Direct Investment FDI induced Schumpeterian vertical waves of product innovation.
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Overall, this book not only provides a detailed account of the political economy of post-communist transformation in Central and Eastern Europe, but also the processes by which states adapt to the forces of globalization.