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Inappropriate pooling of wealthy and poor countries in empirical FDI studies

Bruce A. Blonigen

Inappropriate pooling of wealthy and poor countries in empirical FDI studies

by Bruce A. Blonigen

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Published by National Bureau of Economic Research in Cambridge, MA .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Developing countries.,
  • Developed countries.
    • Subjects:
    • Investments, Foreign -- Developing countries.,
    • Investments, Foreign -- Developed countries.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementBruce A. Blonigen, Miao Wang.
      SeriesNBER working paper series ;, working paper 10378, Working paper series (National Bureau of Economic Research : Online) ;, working paper no. 10378.
      ContributionsWang, Miao., National Bureau of Economic Research.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHB1
      The Physical Object
      FormatElectronic resource
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3476271M
      LC Control Number2005615736

      Some empirical studies focus on country case, while many others analyze FDI by pooling together developed countries (DCs) and less-developed countries (LDCs). Nonetheless, studies that aim to ascertain factors affecting FDI and its effect on specific economies are still .   "The Effects of Bilateral Tax Treaties on US FDI Activity." International Tax and Public Finance, 11(5), , Blonigen, B. A., and M. G. Wang. "The Inappropriate Pooling of Wealthy and Poor Countries in Empirical FDI Studies," in Does Foreign Direct Investment Promote Development?, edited by T. H. Moran, E. M. Graham, and M. Blomstrom.

      What are Anti-dumping taxes? Wage differentials 'Inappropriate pooling of wealthy and poor countries in empirical FDI studies' -- subject(s): Economic development, Foreign Investments. Inappropriate pooling of wealthy and poor countries in empirical FDI studies, Bruce A. Blonigen and Miao Wang. PDF. Changes in Student Attitudes toward the Market System and the Introductory Microeconomics Course, Charles Breeden and Noreen Lephardt. Link. International Technology Diffusion: Effects of Trade and FDI, Alejandro Ciruelos and Miao.

      to developing countries in s The literature has paid particular attention to the determinants of foreign direct investment (FDI) and shows that government size, political stability, and openness have an important role In terms of the determinants of bilateral equity flows and external debt some studies find support for theories that emphasize imperfections in international credit. Financial Sector FDI and Host Countries: New and Old Lessons uction n the s, foreign direct investment (FDI) became the largest single source of external finance for many developing countries.1 Most discussions on the causes and effects of FDI have focused on .


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Inappropriate Pooling of Wealthy and Poor Countries in Empirical FDI Studies Bruce A. Blonigen, Miao Wang. NBER Working Paper No. Issued in March NBER Program(s):International Trade and Investment. This paper examines the question of whether less-developed countries' (LDCs') experiences with foreign direct investment (FDI.

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March JEL No. F2, H2, O4 ABSTRACT This paper examines the question of whether less-developed countries' (LDCs') experiences with. Inappropriate Pooling of Wealthy and Poor Countries in Empirical FDI Studies BRUCE A. BLONIGEN and MIAO GRACE WANG The rapid pace of foreign direct investment (FDI) and multinational firm activity has been well documented.

As with trade, the freer flow of capital, including FDI, is cited by many as an important engine of growth for the. Bruce A. Blonigen & Miao Wang, "Inappropriate Pooling of Wealthy and Poor Countries in Empirical FDI Studies," Working Papers and ResearchMarquette University, Center for Global and Economic Studies and Department of Economics.

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Comments "Inappropriate pooling of wealthy and poor countries in empirical FDI studies," in Does Foreign Direct Investment Promote Development?.Eds. Bruce A. Blonigen and Miao Wang. Peterson Institute for International Economics,pp Cited by:   What is the impact of foreign direct investment (FDI) on development.

The answer is important for the lives of millions—if not billions—of workers, families, and communities in the developing world. The answer is crucial for policymakers in developing and developed countries, and in multilateral agencies. This volume gathers together the cutting edge of new research on FDI and host country.

“Inappropriate pooling of wealthy and poor countries in empirical FDI studies” Institute for International Economics Workshop, Washington D.C., Ap “Foreign Direct Investment Outflows and Business-Cycle Fluctuations” International Atlantic Economic.

Inappropriate Pooling of Wealthy and Poor Countries in Empirical FDI Studies Bruce A. Blonigen and Miao Grace Wang. Intrafirm Trade of US MNCs: Findings and Implications for Models and Policies Toward Trade and Investment Susan E.

Feinberg and Michael P. Keane Comment: Marc J. Melitz. How Does FDI Affect Host Country Development. Bruce A.

Blonigen & Miao Wang, "Inappropriate Pooling of Wealthy and Poor Countries in Empirical FDI Studies," Working Papers and ResearchMarquette University, Center for Global and Economic Studies and Department of Economics.

Blonigen, Bruce A., and Miao Wang. Inappropriate pooling of wealthy and poor countries in empirical FDI studies. w National Bureau of Economic Research, In article [9] Busse, Matthias, and Carsten Hefeker. "Political risk, institutions and foreign direct investment.".

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Moran, Magnus Blomström and Edward M. Graham (eds) (), pp. Google ScholarCited by: 1. Previous studies of FDI use models where location choice is a f unction of several determinants (see Appendi x 1).

Location economi es are realised w hen th e st rat egi c a ims. Morck, Randall and Yeung, Bernard Foreign Acquisitions: When Do They Make Sense?. Managerial Finance, Vol. 17, Issue. 6, p. Olibe, Kingsley O. and Crumbley Cited by: factor plays an important role in explaining why capital does not flow from rich to poor countries, or why FDI might not promote growth and faster convergence.

In an empirical study, Zebregs () examines the distribution of FDI flows across developing countries and finds. Blonigen, Bruce and Miao Wang () “Inappropriate pooling of wealthy and poor countries in empirical FDI studies,” in Theodore Moran, Edward Graham and Magnus Blomstrom, ed., Does Foreign Direct Investment Promote Development.

Washington DC: Institute for International Economics, – Inappropriate pooling of wealthy and poor countries in empirical FDI studies. In T. Moran, E. Graham, & M. Blomstrom (Eds.), Does foreign investment promote development.

(pp. –).Author: Leonid Grinin, Andrey Korotayev. Blonigen, Bruce A. "A review of the empirical literature on FDI determinants." Atlantic Economic Jour no. 4 (): Blonigen, Bruce A., and Miao Wang. Inappropriate pooling of wealthy and poor countries in empirical FDI studies.

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and Wang, M. (), Inappropriate pooling of wealthy and poor countries in empirical FDI studies, NBER Working Paper no Carkovic, M Choe, J.I.

(), Do foreign direct investment and gross domestic investment promote economic growth? .