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    Title: 中國在中東歐地區的投資動機
    Motivations for Chinese investment in the region of Central and Eastern Europe
    Authors: 馬安瑞
    Machacek, Ondrej
    Contributors: 蔡中民
    Tsai, Chung Min
    Machacek, Ondrej
    Keywords: 外商直接投資
    Foreign Direct Investment
    Central and Eastern Europe
    Motivation analysis
    Date: 2016
    Issue Date: 2016-07-01 16:00:51 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 中國經濟現形於中歐與東歐近期備受關注。16+1合作機制在四年前開始發起,號召增進雙方經濟交流往往被視為中國藉由經濟管道,嘗試提升其在歐洲的政治力量。媒體報導,特定歐盟代表以及研究學者有意識到中國在此地區的投資計畫。然而,OFDI真正的目的是什麼? 抑或中國的動機和其他國家的投資者有所不同?
    Chinese economic presence in the region of Central and Eastern Europe has attracted a lot of attention recently. The establishment of the so called 16+1 initiative four years ago, calling on increase of mutual economic exchange is often believed to be a Chinese bid to increase its political power in Europe by economic means. Media coverage, certain EU representatives and researchers became rather aware of Chinese investment projects in this region. However, what are the real aims this OFDI? Does the rationale to invest in CEE differ from motivations to invest elsewhere? Or are Chinese motivations different from investors from other countries?
    This work will try to analyze the most important determinants of Chinese decision to invest in this region by correlation analysis and while interpreting the results, those will also be investigated along with other peer studies to dis/prove current theories on China’s FDI; and to compare China’s rationale to invest in CEE with motivations to invest elsewhere.
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