Date of Degree
International Relations | Political Science
China; Development; Foreign Direct Investment
The Chinese economy has sustained a high rate of growth during the last three decades. This economic growth has been the outcome of an innovative strategy, which the Chinese leadership has been implementing within the model of the state directed economy. This strategy has been manifested in a variety of tactical moves one of which is the utilization of Foreign Direct Investment as a source of finance and industrial know-how. The argument in this study is that Foreign Direct Investment has positively contributed to the phenomenal growth of the Chinese economy. Moreover, the performance of Foreign Direct Investment in China has generally behaved as expected by the theory of it. As a result, future extrapolation about the behavior of Foreign Direct Investment in China based on the theoretical models is permissible.
Seriatos, Gerasimos, "Foreign Direct Investment and the Chinese Economy: Theory and Impact" (2015). CUNY Academic Works.