Heiduk G et al. Towards tapping Visegrad countries' full potential for attracting Chinese OFDI. (2014) Megjelent: Chinese investments and financial engagement in Visegrad countries pp. 142-175
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Bartha Z et al. Specifics of International Business Competitiveness in Visegrad Countries – Qualitative Analysis of Selected Case Studies (chapter 7). (2014) Megjelent: Patterns of Business Internationalisation in Visegrad Countries – In Search for Regional Specifics pp. 127-159
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Heiduk G et al. Towards tapping Visegrad countries' full potential for attracting Chinese OFDI. (2014) Megjelent: Chinese investments and financial engagement in Visegrad countries pp. 142-175
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pp. 152-153 Bartha and Gubik (2014a, 2014b) apply another method to identify strengths and weaknesses of business competitiveness in the V4 group by elaborating on distinctions between development paths. Based on a model that divides relevant factors into those that determine the future outside and inside potential of a country (FOI model), Bartha and Gubik construct the FOIindex of the V4 group by using OECD data.10 A large number of factors that are expected to drive the F-, O- and I indices are tested and grouped as follows (appendix, table 2): F-index human capital, accountable corporations, quality of the education system; O-index national goodwill, investment conditions; I-index business competitiveness, government intervention, availability of resources. Within the OECD countries, “the V4 countries generally have a rather high outside potential, while their inside and future potentials are either mediocre or very weak. The index values measuring the potentials ... indicate that the main source of competitiveness in the Visegrad countries is the ability to attract outside resources (capital, knowledge and technology) and to create goods and services with them that are highly demanded on the world market. The best goods and services are thus produced by multinational companies, the presence of which is crucial for the competitiveness of the region.” (Bartha and Gubik, 2014a, p 143). The second index, which almost reaches the OECD average, refers to government intervention. In fact, the low values of the I-index mirror the low income within the OECD ranking, but could be interpreted as the result of low spending for education and health which in turn contributes to the low F-values (appendix, table 3). Splitting the V4 indices into country indices shows differences in several categories. The scores in “accountable corporations” in Hungary and Slovakia are significantly lower than the scores for Czech Republic and Poland. V4’s positive performance in investment conditions can be attributed to several factors: location advantages, privatization, government support for regions and/or industries (in some cases coupled with funding from the EU). The incentive systems are similar between Czech Republic, Hungary, Slovakia, but differ from Poland’s stricter system. Low wages are considered the main advantage, which contributes to the attractive investment conditions.
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Heiduk G et al. Towards tapping Visegrad countries' full potential for attracting Chinese OFDI. (2014) Megjelent: Chinese investments and financial engagement in Visegrad countries pp. 142-175
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