|Case: Porter, M., and Ketels, C., “Indonesia: Attracting foreign investment” Harvard Business School case no. 9-708-420, January 11th 2013 (£)
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- 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.
This page ties into Chapter 12 of Economics: A Complete Guide for Business
|Learning Objectives: Consider the role of foreign investment in economic development. Perform a country competitiveness exercise.
Focus on diversity: Asli Demirguc-Kunt is Chief Economist for Europe and Central Asia at the World Bank.
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