Before the recent Ukrainian crisis, Russia was one of the main sources of foreign direct investment (FDI) outflow and one of the main targets of FDI inflow in the world.
However, the events in the Ukraine, the formation of the Eurasian Economic Union, and China's growing interest in the Russian market and its natural resources have changed the picture completely.
This new book brings together an international group of contributors to present a timely and comprehensive analysis of FDI to and from Russia.
The book assesses the impact of the changed international political situation on foreign firms operating in Russia, and explores how the new world context has affected Russian investments abroad.
The book also considers the future relationship between Russian corporations and the EU and the USA in light of recent events.
This book answers an array of key questions including: how have investments from and to Russia developed in the last 100 years; how are Russian businesses spreading to foreign countries through their indirect investments; and how is the Russian Government influencing the investments of Russian businesses abroad?
This volume is of great interest to those who study international economics, modern world economy, and FDI, as well as those interested in international investment movements and the changing role of Russia in international business and the global economy.