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The Determinants of Foreign Direct Investment Flow to Developing Countries: The Case of Taiwanese Investors in Poland

The Determinants of Foreign Direct Investment Flow to Developing Countries: The Case of Taiwanese Investors in Poland

作者:馬瑞俠
畢業學校:國立成功大學
出版單位:國立成功大學
核准日期:2009-11-24
類型:Electronic Thesis or Dissertation
權限:Copyright information available at source archive--National Cheng Kung University....

中文摘要

This qualitative study focuses on Taiwanese FDI in Poland in general rather than individual segments of industries. Taiwanese investments in Poland are very rare, making this an innovative area of study, and potential reference point for future Taiwanese investors considering Poland as a new location to invest.
The research presented in this thesis is divided into two parts. The first part examines six Taiwanese firms operating in Poland in terms of the determinants of their country's choice, while the second part investigates disadvantages the firms faced after setting up their businesses in Poland.
Various methods of qualitative data collection were applied in preparation for thorough face-to-face interviews. The author used an inductive method in the data analysis process. Early findings show that geographic and economic factors such as: location, customers' needs, taxes and overall cost are the most significant for Taiwanese investors who decided to choose Poland as their host country, while factors such as: legal issues, cultural difference and bureaucracy are the most common challenges that Taiwanese investors face in Poland.

英文摘要

This qualitative study focuses on Taiwanese FDI in Poland in general rather than individual segments of industries. Taiwanese investments in Poland are very rare, making this an innovative area of study, and potential reference point for future Taiwanese investors considering Poland as a new location to invest.
The research presented in this thesis is divided into two parts. The first part examines six Taiwanese firms operating in Poland in terms of the determinants of their country's choice, while the second part investigates disadvantages the firms faced after setting up their businesses in Poland.
Various methods of qualitative data collection were applied in preparation for thorough face-to-face interviews. The author used an inductive method in the data analysis process. Early findings show that geographic and economic factors such as: location, customers' needs, taxes and overall cost are the most significant for Taiwanese investors who decided to choose Poland as their host country, while factors such as: legal issues, cultural difference and bureaucracy are the most common challenges that Taiwanese investors face in Poland.


指導教授 - 徐木蘭

口試委員 - 邱冠燿

口試委員 - 洪光宗

召集委員 - 徐木蘭


 

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