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There are many determinants as to what draws foreign direct investment (FDI) to developing countries. The focus here will be on judicial systems. Research shows that there exists variation in the amount of FDI received based on the integrity of a nation's political and legal institutions. This book compares and contrasts the judicial strength of Chile, Panama, and Nicaragua as it relates to FDI. Detailed case studies highlight foreign firms and their decision-making process. In the end, it seems, the stronger and more dynamic a legal system, the greater the consideration to move forward with FDI.…mehr

Produktbeschreibung
There are many determinants as to what draws foreign direct investment (FDI) to developing countries. The focus here will be on judicial systems. Research shows that there exists variation in the amount of FDI received based on the integrity of a nation's political and legal institutions. This book compares and contrasts the judicial strength of Chile, Panama, and Nicaragua as it relates to FDI. Detailed case studies highlight foreign firms and their decision-making process. In the end, it seems, the stronger and more dynamic a legal system, the greater the consideration to move forward with FDI.
Autorenporträt
Paul Bryan Thomas has traveled across the world and lived in Latin America. He is an international sales and marketing professional. Paul attained his MBA at the University of Akron and his BA at The College of Wooster. He is a certified tennis teaching professional. He resides in Northeastern Ohio.