Prospects of Post-Conflict Foreign Direct Investments in Ukraine Through the Lens of Dunning’s Eclectic Paradigm

  •  Vivian Nasrulddin    


This research aims to highlight post-conflict prospects for Ukraine in the domain of FDIs by taking the OLI framework of Dunning. This research explores the role of the FDI as the most important economic pillar for economic consolidation in a globalized world. The case studies of war-torn countries and the role of the FDIs in their post-war recovery have been evaluated. It has been analyzed that through fundamental economic reforms and restricting to win the investors’ confidence, Ukraine can strategize its ownership, location, and internalization advantage as the country possesses relatively higher significance for global food security, logistics, and international trade. Most importantly prospects are higher for international investors to invest their capital in one of the largest European markets in banking. The NATO membership and EU membership will be the most significant driver of the FDIs for Ukraine.

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