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Tuesday, May 3 • 3:50pm - 4:10pm
The economic profiles and perspectives of the FDI inflows to SEECs media markets via hybrid FDI business model

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In order to meet a complex and highly competitive media business demands, the author identifies and proposes an application and implementation of new business model - - the FDI hybrid media business model consisting of seven synthetic, underlying, unique and multidisciplinary factors: (1) Media market concentration (Number of daily newspapers, radio stations and TV stations per million); (2) ICT Competitiveness – The WEF Networked Readiness Index; (3) WIPO, Cornell University and INSEAD Global Innovation Index; (4) The WEF Global Competitiveness Index; (5) Forecasted GDP per capita (PPP) Index 2015-2025; (6) Forecasted Market Size via UN Medium variant Forecasted population prospects (%), 2015-2025; and (7) Average annual HDI growth (%), 2000-2013. Additionally, the most profitable SEECs markets for FDI inflows in daily newspapers industry include Turkey, Slovenia, FYR Macedonia and Cyprus. The FDI inflows in TV media is highly recommended to Turkey, Malta, Cyprus and Romania. FDI in radio industry is the least profitable business because of the low consumption of this media as well as high market competition in SEECs markets. Nevertheless, SEECs markets recommended for FDI inflows in radio industry include Turkey, Romania, Slovenia, and FYR Macedonia. Conversely, the least profitable SEECs markets in daily newspapers industry include Greece, Kosovo, Serbia and Albania. FDI inflows in TV media is least recommended to Serbia, Albania, Kosovo and Bosnia and Herzegovina. The least profitable SEECs markets for FDI in radio industry include Kosovo, Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina and Greece.

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Zvezdan Vukanovic

Associate Professor, UDG - University of Donja Gorica
Associate Professor in Digital Media Management and Economics and Network - Multiplatform Economics in Media Industry and Business at the University of Donja Gorica, Montenegro. Dr. Vukanovic is the first author of Who's Who of World's Leading Experts in Interactive Digital Television... Read More →

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Gregory Lowe

University of Tampere
Gregory Ferrell Lowe (Ph.D. 1992, University of Texas at Austin) is Professor of Media Management at the University of Tampere in Finland. He designed the curriculum for this international graduate studies program and previously worked as Senior Advisor in Corporate Strategy and Development... Read More →

Tuesday May 3, 2016 3:50pm - 4:10pm EDT
Room 407 Law School
  Economics & Policy
  • Manuscript # 1037
  • Session # A34

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