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A Study on the Survival Rate and Factors of FDI to Korea: Focused on ICT Industry
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A Study on the Survival Rate and Factors of FDI to Korea: Focused on ICT Industry
Kim, Hyun Gyu;
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 Abstract
The objective of this paper is to analyze survival rate and factors of FDI(Foreign direct investment) using FDI data of Ministry of Knowledge and Economy. Kaplan-Meier estimation was used. The result was as follows. M&A of FDI was much more risk than Greenfield FDI. .FDI to the IT-service industry was much more risk than FDI to the manufacturing industry. Partnership under 50% was much more risk than partnership over 50%. The accumulated survival rate of M&A was higher then Greenfield until fourth period but was lower than Greenfield after fourth period. The accumulated survival rate of M&A was lower than others from the first period to last period. There was no difference between Partnership under 50% and partnership over 50% to 4th period. After 4th period, Accumulated survival rate of partnership under 50% was higher than accumulated survival partnership over 50%.
 Keywords
FDI;Greenfield investment;M&A;Kaplan-Meier estimation;Cox PH model;Survival rate;Survival variable;Partnership;
 Language
Korean
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