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Investment Destination Decisions of China's Enterprises Related the Belt and Road: An Empirical Study on Investment Risk Measurement

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DOI: 10.23977/ferm.2023.061125 | Downloads: 21 | Views: 337

Author(s)

Zhigang Dun 1

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1 Business School, China University of Political Science and Law, Beijing, China

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Zhigang Dun

ABSTRACT

Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) is an important capital acquisition channel for emerging economies. In order to analyze the determining factors and preferences in the investment region selection of multinational corporations in China's "Belt and Road" initiative, we have focused on studying the countries that play a crucial role in this initiative. In our research, we have employed a comprehensive risk measurement framework to reveal the spatiotemporal distribution patterns and the extent of investment risk spillover effects in these countries. Through empirical analysis, we have established a nonlinear relationship between investment risk and the investment regions of China's Outward Foreign Direct Investment (OFDI), providing theoretical and empirical insights for these countries that are eager to pursue development in monitoring and mitigating potential investment risks.

KEYWORDS

Emerging developing economies; Investment Risk; Enterprise Investment; OFDI

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Zhigang Dun, Investment Destination Decisions of China's Enterprises Related the Belt and Road: An Empirical Study on Investment Risk Measurement. Financial Engineering and Risk Management (2023) Vol. 6: 168-180. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.23977/ferm.2023.061125.

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