Investment Potential of Eastern and Central European Countries in Terms of Developing New Locational Advantages

International Research Journal of Economics and Management Studies
© 2023 by IRJEMS
Volume 2  Issue 1
Year of Publication : 2023
Authors : A. Jaynakov
irjems doi : 10.56472/25835238/IRJEMS-V2I1P114


A. Jaynakov. "Investment Potential of Eastern and Central European Countries in Terms of Developing New Locational Advantages" International Research Journal of Economics and Management Studies, Vol. 2, No. 1, pp. 99-102, 2023.


The goal of this study was to demonstrate the correlations between factors affecting competitiveness and investment attractiveness as two separate but related categories. It also aimed to highlight the significance of new geographic advantages in determining a country's level of investment attractiveness. This essay also compared the appeal of investing in various Central and Eastern European nations. The article is structured as follows: in the first section, attention was concentrated on the traditional and new locational advantages that determine a country's competitiveness and investment attractiveness, taking into account the flow of direct investment from the perspective of M. Porter's diamond model. The eclectic paradigm and new growth theories of J. H. Dunning. The findings of the investment attractiveness analysis, which covered a few Central Asian nations between 1995 and 2013, were reported in the second section.


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