|Case: Porter, M., and Ketels, C., “Indonesia: Attracting foreign investment” Harvard Business School case no. 9-708-420, January 11th 2013 (£)
Case preparation: Foreign Investment in Indonesia, May 2016
- What should Widodo do? Indonesia is a large, populous middle-income country. It faces no major near-term security threats. It has a small manufacturing base and no major non-commodity export sectors. What is the best non-bureaucratic 10 page economic development briefing document and set of prescriptions that one could write for Indonesia’s president?
Here’s my analysis of Belarus, using many complementary concepts.
Also see my page on Country Competitiveness Dashboard.
|Learning Objectives: Consider the role of foreign investment in economic development. Perform a country competitiveness exercise.
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