Direct Foreign Investment: Costs and Benefits

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Index
Age of Discontinuity (Drucker), 192
airbus, 89
Alcan, 80-81
Allende, Salvador, 189
American Telephone and Telegraph, 90
Andean Pact, 42, 53
Argentina: foreign investment guidelines, 42; policy liberalization, 53
Asahi Chemical Company, 188
A/S Ardal og Sunndal Verk, 80
assets, intangible, 47, 54
Association of Political Risk Analysts, 187
Australia, resource rent tax, 144
autarky, 74
Bank of England, 77
Bayer, 92
Bayer/ Gist-Brocades, 91
Beecham/Parke Davis, 92
Belgium, investment policies, 79
Bhagwati, 116
Bohlem Group, 91
Bolivia, foreign investment guidelines, 42
Bowater-Scott, 82
brand names, 123
Brazil: Dow Chemical Company in, 189; foreign owned assets, 165-66; oil crises and, 193; policy liberalization, 53; protectionism in, 158
British Aerospace, 75
British Leyland, 87
British National Oil Corporation, 76
British Telecom, 75
Bull Company, 88
Burma, foreign investment screening, 27
Business Environment Risk Index, 195
Business International, 194
C. T. Bowring Company, 77
capital: competition and, 169; duties and, 8; labor substitution, 12; mobility theory, 114-20; overstatement effects, 20; tax incentives, 8 cash flows: sharing rules, 136-39; time and risk profile, 133-35
Center for African Studies, University of California at Los Angeles, 194
Center for Chinese Studies, University of Michigan, 194
Central Intelligence Agency, 187
Charpie committee report, 156
Chile: Chicago-school experiment, 159; Dow Chemical Company in, 189; investment guidelines, 42; regulatory system, 53
China: development in, 111-12; external shocks and, 193; foreign investment theory and, 113; immiserization effect, 117; investor perceptions of, 197; market share maintenance, 122; remittance difficulties, 198
Citroen, 73
Coca Cola, Inc., 99
Colbert, Jean Baptiste, 73, 154
Colombia: investment guidelines, 42; policy liberalization, 53
comparative advantages, 56, 171
competition: advertising and, 164; asset transfer and, 47; capital

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