Sub-Saharan Africa and other developing regions suffer from a lack of foreign direct investment. This paper analyzes how democracy and certainty factors in elections impact FDI inflows in Kenya, Tanzania, and Uganda from 1971-2015.
Author: Daniel Grasso
Daniel Grasso is a transfer student and UCLA graduate with a B.A. in political science. His studies have focused on international political economy, especially in Sub-Shanahan Africa. At UCLA, he serves on the Bruin Political Union board as Director of Policy Innovation. He currently interns for the Corporate Counsel on Africa (CCA) and has worked for several successful U.S. Senate and
California Assembly campaigns from 2016 to 2020. Daniel aspires to pursue a career in international affairs, encouraging partnerships and development in growing regions like Africa.