Table of contents for Foreign direct investment in Russia : a strategy for industrial recovery / Paul Fischer.

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Introduction: Background and Rationale of the Study
Part I: FDI Theories and Policy Implications
Overview of Main FDI Theories
Part II: Global FDI Potential and Opportunities for the Russian Economy
Determinants of Global FDI
Global FDI Trends
TNCs as Global Investors
Part III: FDI as Catalyst for Industrial Transformation in Russia's Major Competitor Economies
FDI Policies and Prospects in China
FDI Policies and Prospects in India
FDI Policies and Prospects in Mexico
Part IV: Russian's Key Industries and FDI Achievements in the 1990s
Russia's Economic and Industrial Performance During Transition
Salient Features of FDI Russia
Part V: Toward a Long-Term FDI Strategy for Russia
Strategic State Guidance for FDI
Russia and its Competitor LEMs
The Competitiveness of Russian Industry at the Threshold of the Twenty-First Century
FDI Sourcing Potential in the World's Leading Economies
Strategic Target-Setting for Russian FDI During 2000-5
Part VI: Instruments for Enhancing FDI During 2000-5
Framework Conditions for Foreign Investors
FDI-Related Policy Instruments
Institution Building and an FDI Agenda
Appendix: Definitions and Explanatory Notes

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