Foreign Enterprise in Florida: The Impact of Non-U.S. Direct Investment

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NOTES TO THE PREFACE
1.
Studies of foreign investment include the following: For Pennsylvania: Howard V. Perlmutter and Franklin R. Root, "Foreign Investment in Pennsylvania," mimeographed ( 1973); idem, "Reverse Foreign Investment in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania," mimeographed ( 1974). For Hawaii: H. Robert Heller and Emily E. Heller, The Economic and Social Impact of Foreign Investment in Hawaii ( Honolulu, 1973); idem, Japanese Investment in the United States: With a Case Study of the Hawaiian Experience ( New York, 1974). For South Carolina: Oliver G. Wood et al., The Basf Controversy: Employment vs. Environment ( Columbia, S. C., 1971). For New England: Stuart L. Mandell and Carl Dan Killian, "An Analysis of Foreign Investment in Selected Areas of the United States," mimeographed ( 1974). For Southern California: Southern California Research Council, "Foreign Investment in Southern California: An Economic Profile," Pomona College, Project No. 23 ( Claremont, Calif., 1976). For New York City: David Heaps and Patricia Hopkins , "1977 Census of Foreign-Owned Business in New York City," mimeographed ( 1978). For Alabama: Eric N. Baklanoff and William R. Bennett, "Foreign-Based Investments in Alabama: An Interim Report," Alabama Business 40 ( August 1978), 2-5.
2.
The amount of literature on foreign direct investment is awesome; for a start, see United Nations, Economic and Social Council, "Research on Transnational Enterprise," January 28, 1976. A number of studies on foreign investment in the United States have been published. These include John D. Daniels, Recent Foreign Direct Manufacturing Investment in the United States ( New York, 1971); Nicholas Faith, The Infiltrators ( London, 1971); and Simon Webley, Foreign Direct Investment in the United States ( London, 1974). The most comprehensive study is the nine- volume work of the U. S. Department of Commerce, Foreign Direct Investment in the United States ( Washington, 1976).

NOTES TO CHAPTER 1: The Extent of the Investment
1.
Our sources have included data from the following state agencies in Florida: Office of the Secretary of the State (corporate records); Department of Commerce; Division of Banking, Office of

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Contents vi
  • Preface vii
  • Chapter 1 the Extent of the Investment 1
  • Chapter 2 the Nature of the Investment 11
  • Chapter3 Nationalities of the Investors 20
  • Summary 34
  • Chapter 4 Land and Real Estate 35
  • Summary 51
  • Chapter 5 Other Industries 55
  • Chapter 6 Banking 84
  • Summary and Commentary 97
  • Chapter 7 Regions 104
  • Chapters 8 Benefits and Costs 117
  • Summary 126
  • Chapter 9 Public Policy 128
  • Conclusions 140
  • Notes Notes to the Preface 142
  • Appendixes 155
  • Index 185
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