Globalization for Development? Inward FDI and the Size of the Market
Tomohara, Akinori, Southern Business Review
One of the recent policy concerns in the area of development is whether globalization really helps to improve standards of living in developing countries. International organizations advocate the merit of accessing the global economy via foreign direct investment. Anti-globalization movements do not necessarily agree with this view. Those opposing globalization argue that selfinterested multinational companies exploit the resources of developing countries and impair development. Thus, for the purpose of long run economic growth, it may be better to protect domestic infant industries rather than rely on foreign capital.
This article considers a policy issue of whether enlarged …
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Publication information: Article title: Globalization for Development? Inward FDI and the Size of the Market. Contributors: Tomohara, Akinori - Author. Journal title: Southern Business Review. Volume: 30. Issue: 1 Publication date: Fall 2004. Page number: 5+. © College of Business Administration, Georgia Southern College Summer 2008. Provided by ProQuest LLC. All Rights Reserved.
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