Investments Law Must Run

Investment law into a kind of "legal standard" for people who want to invest in various sectors. There have been many theories that address the investment law. This article is simply trying to dissect what it is an investment issue, and theories that surrounded him.

In an effort to determine the legal policy of investing heavily influenced by the theory, other more petty motivation considering the large-scale transnational entrepreneurs or who is often referred to as multnational corporation (MNC). These theories were better known in relation to foreign investment that occurred in a country. Eighth theory is as follows:

- Dunning eclectis theory.
- International organization theory.
- Vernon's product life cycle theory
- Exchange risk theory
- The transaction cost
- Market imperfection theory
- The theory of global horizon

Elaboration Theory
These theories are more specific to explain the various modes of motivation and interest of foreign borne in investing abroad. Among the factors into consideration, namely:

- The expansion of the market, strengths and weaknesses of foreign markets.
- Various advantages possessed by the company.
- The various policies issued by the state as an investment destination.
- Political will by the destination country that belongs to the investors.
- Risk management; including political and legal stability.
- Abundance of raw materials in the country of destination of these investments.

In studying the investment law seems reasonable that in determining the investment policies in developing countries is not an easy job. Foreign investors when they wanted to disburse investment funds often have to deal with state policy makers to be planted between the investment as obviously both have two motivations and considerations are different.

This often led to legal investments in a country, becomes sterile alias has no authority because it is still causing a variety of deficiencies that pose many obstacles both for potential investors or investors who have invested.

This can be regarded as a dilemma to be faced by both the government of a country that will be addressed by the investor or the investor himself, so between the two can be mutually accommodated the interests and motivations.

Do not get when the government consider creating a policy of opportunistic investment law and the ambivalent. Opportunist policy referred to the absurd or impossible to do by the investor. And ambivalent, may these regulations often change and are very subjective. To prevent the properties of such regulations, it is necessary reformulated to create a conducive investment atmosphere and passionate.

Investment is very important on the one hand to animate the building of a society. But not to be emasculated foreign investment for the community itself because our regulations are too subject to the investor, or even vice versa, too difficult investment laws are made so that even many investors away.