Sovereign Wealth Funds –Activity, Development and Forecasting
The way the SWF activity has intensified in the last 7 years asks for a more detailed analysis of these financing-development methods. The field of financing by sovereign wealth funds is currently less explored by the scientific literature and it can underlie the current and near future development of the post-modern society. Starting from a documentary research, based on centralization and communication of the information published by other researchers in scientific articles and in official papers of the specialized institutes, this study ends with a forecast regarding the evolution of how SWFs will be formed in the near future. The value added is represented by the identification, centralization and summarization of the main relevant results recorded by experts and presents a new approach regarding the opening of new sovereign wealth funds. The study also explores the possible establishment of a Romanian SWF, highlighting the natural resources of strategic importance, which Romania may use for this purpose.
Volume (Year): (2014)
Issue (Month): 4 (December)
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