|Other titles||Investissement étranger direct et croissance de la productivité|
|Statement||by Surendra Gera, Wulong Gu and Frank C. Lee.|
|Series||Working paper ;, no. 30, Working paper series (Canada. Industry Canada) ;, no. 30.|
|Contributions||Lee, Frank C., Gu, Wulong, 1964-, Canada. Industry Canada.|
|LC Classifications||HG5152 .G47 1999|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||i, 37, 40, i p. ;|
|Number of Pages||40|
|LC Control Number||2001320124|
Foreign direct investments in the primary sector, however, tend to have a negative effect on growth, while investment in manufacturing a positive one. Evidence from the service sector is ambiguous Author: Laura Alfaro. productivity through spillovers to local firms and reallocation effects in Section V. Section VI concludes with a brief discussion of policy implications and directions for future research. Definitions,!Types,andDrivers!of!ForeignDirect!Investment!!!!! 4 The vast academic literature on foreign direct investment has been surveyed many times. See. Abstract. Policymakers and academics often maintain that foreign direct investment (FDI) can help in the development efforts of host countries. In addition to supplying capital, FDI can be a source of valuable technology and know-how and foster linkages with local firms that can help to jumpstart an economy. 1 While academics tend to treat FDI as a homogenous capital flow, policy makers, on Cited by: access to new technologies, foreign in flows can be used for financing current account deficits also. As noted by the World Bank (), several recent studies concluded that FDI can promote the economic development of the host country by promoting productivity growth and export. However, the exact relationship between foreign.
Foreign direct investment and labour productivity: a micro-data perspective: to examines the composition of firms with foreign direct investment (FDI) in Great Britain between and , and their productivity outcomes compared with firms with no FDI relationships (published 6 Oct ). "Foreign Direct Investment, Intellectual Property Rights, and Productivity Growth," World Scientific Book Chapters, in: Khee Giap Tan & Kong Yam Tan (ed.), Foreign Direct Investment and Small and Medium Enterprises Productivity and Access to Finance, chapter 4, Author: Sasatra Sudsawasd, Santi Chaisrisawatsuk. This book explores how openness to foreign trade and foreign direct investment affects development strategies regarding China’s processes and patterns of economic restructuring. This introductory chapter introduces the topics, and subsequent chapters enter into theoretical discussions and empirical analyses addressing the many facets of the. Downloadable (with restrictions)! type="main" xml:id="twecabs"> Although the role of foreign direct investment (FDI) in facilitating technology transfer is well known in the literature, empirical evidence regarding the effect of FDI on growth is mixed. The contradictory results in the literature may be due to the failure to account for endogeneity and for the abortive capacity of.
a significance in terms of local productivity growth rate. Démurger and Chen (), by analysing the role of FDI in the productivity growth considering Chinese manufacturing industries from to , found a positive correlation between this productivity growth and the presence of foreign funds in the household goods Size: KB. S. Bagchi-Sen, in International Encyclopedia of the Social & Behavioral Sciences, Direct Foreign Investment or Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) is defined as the ownership (partial or full) and control of assets in one country by foreign residents. FDI in the USA is defined as the foreign ownership or control of, directly or indirectly, at least 10 percent of the voting securities of an. The contribution of foreign direct investment (FDI) to economic growth has been debated quite extensively in the literature. This debate has focused on the channels. Foreign direct investment declined worldwide during the recession of The decline in foreign direct investment in developing countries can make it more difficult for these countries to break out of the vicious cycle of low economic growth and A. low government spending B. overpopulation C. a low import/export ratio D. low saving and.