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タイトル: Flying Geese Theory and Japanese Foreign Direct Investments in South Asia : Trends, Explanations and Future Prospects
著者: Kumar, Nagesh
発行日: 2001-2
出版者: The Institute of Comparative Economic Studies, Hosei University
抄録: Japan has emerged as a major source of FDI outflows especially since the mid-1980s. Japanese corporations have also set up production bases in many countries in East and Southeast Asia which feed back to their home market or third countries. The export-platform production by Japanese MNEs has moved over time from East Asian countries to Southeast Asia in a 'flying geese pattern'. South Asian countries, however, despite their large markets, manpower pool and liberal policies have not received the attention of Japanese corporations in a desirable manner. This paper reviews the trends in Japanese FDI inflows in the South Asian countries in the perspective of patterns of global FDI flows. It then explores the reasons for the relative neglect of South Asia by Japanese MNEs. It also examines the exportorientation of Japanese FDI in the South Asian countries and explores their prospects of serving as bases for export-oriented production.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10114/684
ISSN: 09111247
出現コレクション:Journal of International Economic Studies


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