Foreign direct investments, case study of Greece
Despite the world economy is covering from the global economic crisis of 2008 Greece is still trying to overcome this economic but also ethical and institutional crisis. One of the most significant factors of this effort is the attraction of Foreign Direct Investments (F.D.I.). In this study, the term of F.D.I. is analyzed but also, it’s significance. After a historical retrospection, there is an effort of analyzing the reason Greece is still not attracting F.D.I. despite the changes that have been made after the agreement with Greece’s creditors, some proposals of fixing the problems that already exist and finally in which field should the Greek government focus, taking under strong consideration the economies of scale and the predictions of economic growth.