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Liberalizing Financial Services and Foreign Direct Investment

By: Laura Paez.
Publisher: New York Palgrave Macmillan 2011Description: 263.ISBN: 9780230271579.Subject(s): Management (Economic FDI)Summary: Preface :- First of all, I would like to thank to professor Dr Hans Geiger, who believed in my project from the beginning. He certainly gave meaning to the German term for doctoral supervisor - "Doktorvater"- being supportive, patient, caring, and yet critical. Second, I would like to thank professor Dr Lucas Bretschger from the Center of Resource Economic at the ETH, whose suggestions and comments were very valuable for the empirical chapter of this study, and who kindly agreed to be my second supervisor, despite his other supervisory commitments. Next, I would like to thank all the voluntary reviewers of my work: Jonathan Gage, a senior finance and trade specialist, for his valuable insights on the statistical aspects of the is study; Martin Bow and Alexander Fluhmann from the Swiss National Bank, for their critique on formal FDI related issues; and consantions Stephanou from the world Bank and Stijn Cleanses from the IMF, Both special ists in international trade, Finance, and investment, for offering their unwavering support despite their tight research agenda.
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Preface :-
First of all, I would like to thank to professor Dr Hans Geiger, who believed in my project from the beginning. He certainly gave meaning to the German term for doctoral supervisor - "Doktorvater"- being supportive, patient, caring, and yet critical.
Second, I would like to thank professor Dr Lucas Bretschger from the Center of Resource Economic at the ETH, whose suggestions and comments were very valuable for the empirical chapter of this study, and who kindly agreed to be my second supervisor, despite his other supervisory commitments.
Next, I would like to thank all the voluntary reviewers of my work: Jonathan Gage, a senior finance and trade specialist, for his valuable insights on the statistical aspects of the is study; Martin Bow and Alexander Fluhmann from the Swiss National Bank, for their critique on formal FDI related issues; and consantions Stephanou from the world Bank and Stijn Cleanses from the IMF, Both special ists in international trade, Finance, and investment, for offering their unwavering support despite their tight research agenda.

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