The Impact of Business Incubator Facilities on Investment Promotion in Jordan: A Case of King Hussein Business Park


  •  Ibrahim Alshamaileh    
  •  Fouad Sheikh Salem    

Abstract

This study aims to measure the impact of facilities provided by King Hussein Business Park on investment promotion. King Hussein Business Park has reached 100% occupancy rate, with a crucial plan for expansion to over 1.4 million m2 of land. The problem of the study lies on how King Hussein Business Park will attract additional investments to occupy the spaces targeted for expansion. Results of the study reveal a significant positive impact of the facilities on investment promotion. The robust infrastructure, complementary services, and investment law benefits influence the creation of attractive business environment for investments. These findings show that countries with scarce resources face many challenges in promoting investment either locally or internationally, and they must improve their business climate for investment promotion. Governments also have the means to make conducting the businesses and projects easier for people.



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  • Issn(Print): 1925-4725
  • Issn(Onlne): 1925-4733
  • Started: 2011
  • Frequency: quarterly

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