Environmental determinants of U.S. foreign direct investment in developed and developing countries: A structural analysis
Taylor and Francis
The International Trade Journal
This study attempts to explain theoretically and empirically the influence of developed and developing countries’ environments on foreign direct investment from the United States. It is postulated that foreign direct investment into these economies can be explained by examining interactions among three environmental constructs: technological development, quality of life, and political instability. A structural equation model is developed to test the concurrent and longitudinal influence of the three environmental constructs on foreign direct investment into these economies from the United States.
Akhter, Syed and Lusch, Robert F., "Environmental determinants of U.S. foreign direct investment in developed and developing countries: A structural analysis" (2007). Marketing Faculty Research and Publications. 218.
The International Trade Journal, Vol. 5, No. 3 (1991): 329-360. DOI.