publication . Master thesis . 2012

Como a corrupção influencia os influxos de investimento directo estrangeiro: efeito da corrupção no país receptor e investidor

Carreira, Hélder;
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  • Published: 17 Jul 2012
  • Country: Portugal
Abstract
Dissertação de Mestrado em Negócios Internacionais apresentada à ESTG - Escola Superior de Tecnologia e Gestão do Instituto Politécnico de Leiria. Ao longo dos últimos anos têm surgido vários estudos destinados a mostrar a relação existente entre a corrupção e a capacidade de atracção de investimento directo estrangeiro (IDE). A maioria dos estudos existentes tem revelado uma relação negativa entre a corrupção e os influxos de IDE. Contudo, um número reduzido de estudos tem posto em causa esta relação. Uma explicação avançada é que a corrupção pode actuar como um “lubrificante” não influenciando negativamente os níveis de influxos de IDE. O objectivo deste estud...
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free text keywords: Corrupção, Corrupção generalizada, Corrupção arbitrária, Investimento directo estrangeiro, Gestão internacional
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