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2006 | nr 1147 Problemy regionalne i globalne we współczesnej gospodarce światowej | 171--182
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Motywy i formy zagranicznych inwestycji bezpośrednich - perspektywa przedsiębiorstw lokalnych (ujęcie empiryczne)

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The Motives and Forms of Foreign Direct Investment - the Perspective of Local Enterprises (Empirical Approach)
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Przedstawiono motywy zagranicznych inwestycji bezpośrednich. Przybliżono dylematy definicyjno-klasyfikacyjne dotyczące form bezpośrednich inwestycji zagranicznych.
The paper presents the existing concepts in the literature concerning the motives and forms of foreign direct investment in a synthetic way. The theoretical discussion is exemplified with the results of empirical research conducted in 2004 among 77 Polish companies. The authors discuss the way Polish-local companies perceive the motives and forms of expansion of foreign firms entering into the Polish market. (original abstract)
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