What brings foreign investment to a developing country? Although political stability and a skilled workforce are always appreciated, what often clinches the deal is an incentive package that includes waivers on regulations and taxes. In this recent case study, Research Assistant Isabelle Dauner and Professors Olivier Cadot, Lourdes Casanova and Daniel Traca examine the slowdown in Chile’s rate of FDI and ask what might speed it up again.
Authors: Daniel Traça, Isabelle Dauner, Lourdes Casanova, Olivier Cadot
Source: INSEAD Knowledge
Subjects: Economics, International – Americas