How can policymakers attract global investments?

Marco di Cataldo, Riccardo Crescenzi and Mara Giua from the Global Investment - Local Development research team at LSE explore the various policy tools available to local decision-makers to attract foreign investments, and most importantly, to make the most of them. Based on careful counterfactual analysis, their research has uncovered which policy tools work, and which don't.

You can read more about the research behind these findings on the LSE GILD blog:



Topics:  International finance

Tags:  FDI, foreign investment

Post-graduate researcher in Economic Geography, London School of Economics

Professor of Economic Geography, London School of Economics

Research Fellow, Department of Economics, Roma Tre University


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