Is foreign direct investment good for development? Moving beyond the findings of his previous book Does Foreign Direct Investment Promote Development? (CGD and IIE, 2005), Theodore H. Moran presents surprisingly good aand startlingly bad anews. The good news highlights how foreign direct investment can make a contribution to development significantly more powerful and more varied than conventional measurements indicate. The bad news reveals that foreign direct investment can also distort host economies and polities with consequences substantially more adverse than critics and cynics have imagined.This book rigorously examines the principal controversies and debates about FDI in manufacturing and assembly, extractive industries, and infrastructure, in light of new evidence and analysis. Written in engaging prose, it identifies how developed and developing countries, multilateral lending agencies, and civil society can work in concert to harness foreign direct investment to promote the growth and welfare of developing countries.NAFTA and the New Ford F150 Truck, 2004a05 The relevant comparison to assess what produces the most ... would leave UAW workers looking for new jobs , almost certainly paying lower wages and offering lesser benefits. as profit sharing, anbsp;...
|Title||:||Harnessing Foreign Direct Investment for Development|
|Author||:||Theodore H. Moran|
|Publisher||:||CGD Books - 2006|