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Ausländische Direktinvestitionen — Eine Herausforderung für die politische Steuerung der Transformation

  • Jürgen Beyer
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Zusammenfassung

Ist es möglich, ein kapitalistisches Wirtschaftsystem ohne Kapital aufzubauen? Die Frage verweist auf ein spezifisches Problem, dem sich die Regierungen der postsozialistischen Transformationsstaaten ausgesetzt sahen. Aufgrund der außergewöhnlichen Kapitalmangel-Situation wurde das Ziel der Förderung von ausländischen Direktinvestitionen zu einem zentralen Politikfeld, dem eine herausragende Bedeutung für den gesamten Transformationsprozess zugeschrieben wurde: “Major capital inflow is a must and even a predominant condition of any kind of economic modernization” (Csáki 1995: 107).

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