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Progress in International Business Research
This paper examines the role of FDI in promoting industrial development, and raises a rather important question: Why, if FDI is such an important avenue to promote development, is their little evidence on concomitant industrial development in most developing countries? This chapter takes a look at the evidence on FDI and development and explores some of the causes for this ambiguity. The complexities of global value chains and networks have begun to trivialize the simplistic principle thatdoi:10.1108/s1745-8862(2013)0000008008 fatcat:3hq5gimpzrfdnarx4mswnao6nq