Aqui no se habla Agencia. An examination of the impact of adverse selection and framing in decision-making: A US/Mexico comparison
Accounting and Finance
The Foreign Investment Risk Matrix (FIRM) developed by Bhalla (1983) uses political and economic risk measures for foreign direct investment decision making. FIRM may be used to develop a matrix that categorizes countries based on political risk and economic risk as acceptable, unacceptable, or uncertain for investment. We demonstrate using political and economic risk variables that are available on the internet in an expanded model using three measures of political risk and three measures of economic risk. After determining the group of countries that would be acceptable for FDI, the multinational companies can focus on further analysis of acceptable countries.
Salter, S. B., Lewis, P. A., & Valdes, L. F. J. (2004). Aqui no se habla Agencia. An examination of the impact of adverse selection and framing in decision-making: A US/Mexico comparison. Journal of International Financial Management & Accounting, 15(2), 93–117.