This paper uses UNCTAD data to relate the destination of FDI from
developing countries to their capability development. It expands the Investment
Development Path (IDP) and the flying geese model to include the destination
of outward FDI. Investments from developing into developed countries
are predominantly in low and medium research-intensive (often considered
‘sunset’) industries where investors have established strengths in their home
base. Developing countries play an active role in knowledge-intensive services
in especially the developing world. Even though the developing-country
knowledge-intensive firms are not global leaders, their intra-regional FDI
enables capability development in emerging industries.
Van Rooyen, Enslin(South African Association for Public Administration and Management, 2004-11)
Following on the article by Müller entitled Sustainable Development: The
Question of Integration and Coordination (Journal of Public Administration,
September 2004: 398), this article explores the issues of integratedness ...
Koma, Samuel Bogalebjapoo; Kuye, Jerry O.(African Consortium of Public Administration, 2014-03)
The purpose of this article is to examine the interrelationship between the integrated
development plan and local economic development policy within the South African
context. The integrated development plan is mandatory ...
Scheepers, J.; Venter, C.(Southern African Transport Conference, 2017)
Worldwide, parking provision is required at minimum rates typically prescribed by municipal ordinances or in national policy documents. Litman (2011) argues that inherent problems with minimum parking requirements, their ...