This chapter outlines the problem of identifying the main determinants of FDI in Central and Eastern Europe especially in the context of integration with the EU. It explains why FDI in CEE is worth investigating. It summarises main scopes and constrains in the existing literature. After that it sets main objectives and goals of the research. Finally, it outlines how the book is structured.
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