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Les investissements directs étrangers entraînent-ils des effets de débordement vers les pays en développement ?

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  • Sélin Ozyurt

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Au cours des deux dernières décennies, le volume des investissements directs étrangers (IDE) à destination des pays en voie de développement (PVD) s’est accru de manière considérable. Désormais, les gouvernements des PVD inscrivent manifestement les IDE au coeur de leurs stratégies de développement, et ce, pour plusieurs raisons : l’impact positif sur la croissance économique, l’apport des ressources financières, la création d’emplois et les effets de débordements qu’ils engendrent sur les entreprises locales. Cette synthèse de la littérature sur les IDE et les retombées positives qu’ils entraînent dans les pays d’accueil permet de faire le point sur les principales controverses sur le sujet. Notre analyse fait ressortir que les capacités d’absorption technologique et d’innovation du pays hôte sont cruciales pour tirer le meilleur parti de la présence des firmes étrangères.

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Paper provided by LAMETA, Universtiy of Montpellier in its series Studies and Syntheses with number 08-01.

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Length: 11 pages
Date of creation: Sep 2008
Date of revision: Sep 2008
Handle: RePEc:lam:estudy:08-01

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