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Hoang Duong Vu

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Cristina Vlad and Petre Brezeanu

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Danuta Janczewska

. Chicago, Illinois: University of Chicago Press. Daszkiewicz, M. (2008) Jednostki badawczo-rozwojowe jako źródło innowacyjności w gospodarce i pomoc dla małych i średnich przedsiębiorstw . Warsaw: PARP. Dworczyk, M., Szlasa, R. (2001) Zarządzanie innowacjami . Warsaw: Oficyna Wydawnicza Politechniki Warszawskiej. Glass, A.J., Saggi, K. (1999) The Role of Foreign Direct Investment in International Technology Transfer [in:] A. Dutt, J. Ros (editors), International Handbook of Development Economics , http

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Ines Kersan-Škabić and Lela Tijanić

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Zoran Aralica, Domagoj Račić and Dubravko Radić

References Aitken, B.J. and A.E. Harrison, 1999. Do Domestic Firms Benefit from Direct Foreign Investments? Evidence from Venezuela. American Economic Review 89: 605-618. Andrijević-Matovac, V. 2003. Croatian National Innovation System: How to create and transfer knowledge and technology? In Transition Countries in the Knowledge Society, edited by J. Švarc, J. Lažnjak, Ž. Šporer, and D. Polšek, 199-217. The Institute of Social Sciences Ivo Pilar, Zagreb. Aralica, Z. and Bačić, K

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Libor Žídek

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Leke Pula and Alban Elshani

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Hans Kramar

urban centres and make them more attractive for foreign investors. As shown in Table 1 spatial concentration of foreign direct investment (FDI) predominantly appears in the economically lagging countries. Although in Germany and Italy FDI significantly concentrates on the higher developed (Western respectively Northern) parts of the countries, a reasonable number of provinces profit from foreign investment, whereas in Spain the two dominating cities of Madrid and Barcelona account for more than 80 % of all FDI. Table 1 Concentration of Foreign direct

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Hlalefang Khobai, Nicolene Hamman, Thando Mkhombo, Simba Mhaka, Nomahlubi Mavikela and Andrew Phiri

References Adams S. (2009), Foreign direct investment, domestic investment and economic growth in Sub-Saharan Africa, Journal of Policy Modeling , 31, 939-949. Alfaro L. (2003), Foreign direct investment and growth: Does the sector matter, Harvard Business School , pp. 1-31. Alfaro L. and Chen M. (2011), Surviving the global financial crisis: Foreign ownership and establishment performance, NBER Working Paper No. 17141, June. Alfaro L., Chanda A., Kalemli-Ozcan S. and Sayek S. (2004), FDI and economic growth: The role of local financial