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China Invests Overseas: How Home Institutions A ect China’s Outbound Direct Investment Min Ye Boston University May 2013 EAI Fellows Program Working Paper Series No. 39 Knowledge-Net for a Better World The East Asia Institute(EAI) is a nonprofit and independent research organization in Korea, founded in May 2002. The EAI strives to transform East Asia into a society of nations based on liberal democracy, market economy, open society, and peace. The EAI takes no institutional position on policy issues and has no affiliation with the Korean government. All statements of fact and expressions of opinion contained in its publications are the sole responsibility of the author or authors. is a registered trademark. Copyright © 2013 by EAI This electronic publication of EAI intellectual property is provided for non-commercial use only, as long as it is unaltered and complete. Copies may not be duplicated for commercial purposes. Unauthorized posting of EAI documents to a non-EAI website is prohibited. EAI documents are protected under copyright law. The East Asia Institute 909 Sampoong B/D, Euljiro 158 Jung-gu, Seoul 100-786 Republic of Korea Tel. 82 2 2277 1683 Fax 82 2 2277 1684 EAI Fellows Program Working Paper No. 39 How Home Institutions Affect China’s Outbound Direct Investment Min Ye Boston University May 2013 China Invests Overseas: Abstract China has become an influential source of foreign direct investment in the last decade. The growth coincides with a series of regulatory reforms governing China’s outbound direct investment (CODI). Current analyses of CODI and its regulatory environment are largely missing in the literature on China’s political economy, however. This woking paper studies the new regulation of CODI and explains distortion and disjuncture in CODI, particularly the underrepresentation of private companies, the
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