New PDF release: Diasporas and Foreign Direct Investment in China and India

By Min Ye

This e-book bargains a comparative and ancient research of overseas direct funding (FDI) liberalization in China and India and explains how the go back of those nations' diasporas impacts such liberalization. It examines diasporic funding from Western FDIs and reveals that diasporas, instead of Western international locations, have fueled globalization within the Asian giants. In China, diasporas contributed the lion's percentage of FDI inflows. In India, again diasporas have been bridges for, and initiators of, Western funding at domestic. Min Ye illustrates that diasporic marketers helped to construct China into the world's production powerhouse and that Indian diasporas facilitated their homeland's good fortune in software program companies improvement.

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S. normalization was to open the door to Chinese immigrants as soon as possible. Chapter Outlines 19 difficulty in embracing FDI, in which domestic resistance supersedes diaspora networks. Subsector dynamics, especially between hardware and software in informatics, and other sectors are also included to add validity to social network analysis. The last chapter concludes with empirical and theoretical findings and addresses policy implications. It once again situates this project in the reform literature in international and comparative political economy.

The literature also implies that democracies are less adept at economic reform and that autocracies, which are capable of forcing societal resistance into compliance, are better equipped to conduct policy innovations. , Barrington Moore 1969; Samuel Huntington 1968). The implied conclusions based on regimes, however, fail to accommodate more nuanced similarities (and differences) between China and India. “After all,” says Edward Friedman, “it matters that India is a democracy and China is not. But precisely how it matters or how much it matters is not obvious” (Friedman and Gilley 2005, 7).

14 Against such findings on a global scale, China and India are stark outliers. India is a democracy and arguably has better human rights and a more advanced judicial system than China, yet its FDI is only a fraction of China’s. IPE scholars investigate cross-national policy liberalization toward FDI and generally do not consider domestic diffusion of FDI liberalization. By contrast, the comparative literature takes domestic politics of liberalization seriously and offers mechanisms for how and why democracy slows policy change.

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