An exploratory investigation of investments and economic development in Saudi Arabia

  • AbdulHafiz Henry James Jones University of Ha'il - College of Business Administration

Abstract

This proposal highlighted the key areas that warrant further investigation at a more granular level.  There is an underlying question that must be answered.  This question requires in-depth analysis of the GDP, GDP contribution structure, real GDP growth, foreign and domestic investment inflows, and outflows.  Furthermore, an in-depth investigation on the nature of foreign and domestic investment inflows and outflows to include FDI, import and exports, intellectual property receipts and payments as well as other balance of payment investment line-items.

Author Biography

AbdulHafiz Henry James Jones, University of Ha'il - College of Business Administration
Management and Information Systems Department; Assistant Professor

References

Abdel-Rahman, A.-M. M. (2001). Economic Diversification in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (pp. 1–43). Riyadh.

Alkhathlan, Khalid A. (2001). Have been the Development Plans in Saudi Arabia Achieving their Goals? A VAR Approach (pp. 1–44). Riyadh.

Buckley, Peter J., Devinney, Timothy M., and Louviere, Jordan J. (2007). Do managers behave the way theory suggests? A choice-theoretic examination of foreign direct investment location decision-making. , The Journal of International Business Studies, 38, 1069-1094.

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Published
2019-09-10