عنوان مقاله [English]
The global increase in the volume of foreign direct investment in recent decades has been the focus countries on it. The effects of foreign direct investment in sustainability indices has led many researchers to assess various aspects of this type investments. In the Foreign direct investment have two agents that are decision makers. They are the investor and the host country. So had to use the multi-agents decision makers’ methods for this kind of investment. This study for the first time examines foreign direct investment using game theory as an efficient tool in multi-agents decision-making. For this purpose has been paid to mathematical modeling and then using stackelberg game to solve the model in the different strategy. In Continue provide a numerical example and analyzed and finally, extracted Managements tips. The results of this study can be used as a decision support tool in the field of foreign direct investment.
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