Eric Neumayer

Eric Neumayer is Professor of Environment and Development at the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE). He is currently the School’s Vice-Chair of the Appointments Committee. He studied economics, political science and development studies in Germany and at the LSE. He has broad research interests, with main interests in environmental economics, international political economy and research methods. He has published widely in a range of journals across different social science disciplines and is the author of three books.

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    Promoting FDI through financial market development in host and source countries

    Financial market development of both source and host countries can shape and drive flows of financial direct investment over time. The question of whether better-developed local financial markets attract FDI is particularly relevant for host countries that have remained on the sidelines in the global competition for FDI such as many developing countries in sub-Saharan...

    23 May 2016 | Julian Donaubauer, Eric Neumayer, Peter Nunnenkamp