Legal systems as a determinant of FDI in South AsiaSocio -Legal Newsletter (2004)
Abstractsystems are an important factor affecting the location of foreign direct investment (FDD; that predictable and efficient legal systems are the most effective in attracting FDI; and that efficiency and predictability are, in the opinion of investors, best achieved by adopting a 'western-style' legal system in which government and bureaucratic discretion are limited, laws are enforced consistently, corruption is low and the judiciary and bureaucracy are independent from politicians.
Publication DateSpring April 1, 2004
Citation InformationMaurya Vijay Chandra. "Legal systems as a determinant of FDI in South Asia" Socio -Legal Newsletter Iss. 42 (2004)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/mauryavchandra/19/