Corruption as a Barrier for Foreign Direct Investment

Rifat Hoxha

Abstract


Corruption is a horrible negative phoenomenon which affects directly states economical development and every populations social prosperity. Corruption is found specifically in those states in transition and in those states that are dealing with unstable political stability. Seeing Kosovos current economical situation, which is not a glorified situation, and the obligatory need for foreing investments, i find it reasonable to contribute through this work for solving this problem and to attract as much as possible foreign investitors. In this work i will try to answer these questions:
 In what kind of forms is corruption shown in Kosovo?
 How is this phoenomenon affecting at foreign investitors?
 How do we fight this phoenomenon and how do we attract these foreign investitors that are so important for our states
development?
The main purpose of this work is my personal concern about Kosovos actual economical state and foreign investitors departure as a consequence of corruption. I will try to present some recommendations for the solution of this problem.For this work i will insure researches from conversations with some local business, different official institutions and some compatriots who are interested to invest in Kosovo. I will try to give this work theoretical and practical values, and to make it as more convenient and feasible as possible for all those who are interested to give even the smallest help to fight the corruption in general and to attract Foreign Direct Investments in our country, as a good chance toward enhancement and states economical development.

DOI: 10.5901/ajis.2013.v2n8p582


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