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New Global Studies
AbstractThis article examines how foreign direct investments influence the performance and entrepreneurship of domestic firms, a crucial question for economies – especially transition economies – driven by the incursion of global, exogenous factors. This research uses a qualitative research methodology, and specifically a case study method. The country in question is Macedonia, a Southeast European economy. Further, the study is interested in the way foreign direct investments shape the overalldoi:10.1515/ngs-2017-0010 fatcat:es7g7wd4gneqdc7nkewqqz6b7e