Model for the Evaluation of Project Funding in Emerging Markets
|Institution:||Columbia Pacific University|
Funding private projects in emerging markets - in a safely manner - requires a thorough evaluation and analysis of several aspects that are constituent to the project itself, to the specific country where it is located, and to the project owners.
The author has studied the functioning of Financial Markets in developing countries for several years, compared them to International Financial Markets, and has come to the conclusion that the contributions made in the past do not cover all the information required in order to judge and secure the viability of projects in these countries.
By developing a model and researching its components breakdown, the author has attempted to fulfill all the requirements necessary to accomplish this purpose.
The methodology used was basically a result of a detailed research throughout years of experience, to verify and analyze documentation related to different types of projects recommended for funding located in several developing countries. The collected data during the verification process of each project have been significant to their outcome and have assisted me for the development of the model presented in this Dissertation.
In addition, related studies by professionals in the field (Bankers, Economists, Financial Analysts, etc.) have been examined and partially incorporated in this Dissertation in order to make a significant paralell to the components of the model.