How can countries in the underdeveloped world position themselves to take best advantage of the positive economic benefits of globalization? One avenue to success is the harnessing of foreign direct investment (FDI) in the nontraditional forms of the high-technology and service sectors, where an educated workforce is essential and the spillover effects to other sectors are potentially very beneficial.
Title: Harnessing Globalization: The Promotion of Nontraditional Foreign Direct Investment in Latin America”
Author: Thunderbird Professor Roy C. Nelson, Ph.D., is also the author of “Industrialization and Political Affinity: Industrial Policy in Brazil” (Routledge Press, 1995). His knowledge of Latin American business practices and his field research in nearly a dozen Latin American countries have made him a foremost expert on Latin American business strategy. He speaks English, Portuguese and Spanish.
Publisher: Pennsylvania State University Press
Description: Paperback, 256 pages