This paper examines the process of transition in Central Europe. It examines the development of international trade theories as a basis for the emergence of Foreign Direct Investment (FDI), along with a brief history of FDI. Special consideration is given to FDI as a determinate of economic growth in transitional Croatia. It is argued that Croatia has reached a level of economic development where it can make use of substantial amounts of FDI.
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"The Role of Foreign Direct Investment in Transition Economies, with Special Emphasis on the Republic of Croatia,"
Major Themes in Economics, 2, 51-75.
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