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Multinationals and the creation of Chinese trade linkages
This paper studies the relationship between multinational firm proximity and the formation of new export connections by private Chinese exporters between 1997 and 2003. The results indicate that growth in the presence of multinational firms is positively associated with the formation of new trade by local Chinese firms. Further exploration suggests that information spillovers may drive this result, as the positive association due to own-industry multinational presence is particularly strong in contexts where information improvements may be the most helpful. Thus, it appears that a growing presence of multinational firms may enhance the export capabilities of local domestic firms.
|Statement||Deborah L. Swenson.|
|Series||NBER working paper series -- no. 13271., Working paper series (National Bureau of Economic Research) -- working paper no. 13271.|
|Contributions||National Bureau of Economic Research.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||34 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||34|
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Get this from a library. Multinationals and the creation of Chinese trade linkages. [Deborah Swenson; National Bureau of Economic Research.] -- This paper studies the relationship between multinational firm proximity and the formation of new export connections by private Chinese exporters between and The results indicate that.
Get this from a library. Multinationals and the Creation of Chinese Trade Linkages. [Deborah Swenson] -- This paper studies the relationship between multinational firm Multinationals and the creation of Chinese trade linkages book and the formation of new export connections by private Chinese exporters between and The results indicate that.
Based on detailed Chinese trade statistics identifying the type of exporters and their location, Chen and Swenson () find that the presence of multinationals in the same industry is associated Author: Deborah Swenson. Downloadable. This paper Multinationals and the creation of Chinese trade linkages book the relationship between multinational firm proximity and the formation of new export connections by private Chinese exporters between and The results indicate that growth in the presence of multinational firms is positively associated with the formation of new trade by local Chinese firms.
Further exploration suggests that information spillovers may. Abstract. Between and Chinese exports grew at an average rate of 25% per year, which positioned China just behind Germany and the US as the third largest exporter, and on a trajectory to become the world’s largest exporter by 1 Nonetheless, while the exceptional growth of Chinese exports has captured international attention, Chinese trade is remarkable for another reason Author: Deborah L.
Swenson. The literature has referred to Emerging Market Multinationals in a variety of ways, including “third-world multinationals”,1 “latecomer firms”,2 “unconventional multinationals”,3 or “emerging multinationals”.4 In some cases, these firms are labeled according to their region of.
Downloadable. This paper uses micro-data from the World Bank Enterprise Surveys to investigate how foreign ownership affects the likelihood of manufacturers in developing countries to export and/or import both directly and in- directly.
Applying propensity score Multinationals and the creation of Chinese trade linkages book to control for differences across firms, we find that foreign ownership raises the propensity of a firm to export by over 17 Cited by: 1.
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Mike Crone (), 'Local Sourcing by Multinational Enterprise Plants: Evidence from the UK Regions and the Implications for Policy'C Multinationals and Cluster Strategies7. Downloadable. In this paper, the effect of proximity to multinational exporters on the creation of new export linkages (the extensive margin of trade) is debated.
Using panel data from Chinese customs forthe capacity for Chinese domestic firms to begin exporting new varieties to new markets is shown to respond positively to the export activity of neighboring foreign firms. Downloadable. We investigate how the creation of new export linkages (extensive margin of trade) by domestic firms in China is influenced by their proximity to multinational exporters.
Using panel data from Chinese customs forwe show that there is evidence that domestic Multinationals and the creation of Chinese trade linkages book capacity to start exporting new varieties to new markets positively relates to the export performance of. Multinationals, Technology, and the Introduction of Varieties of Goods Multinationals and the Creation of Chinese Trade Linkages.
The third edition of this highly accessible book Author: Irene Brambilla. In this authoritative selection of previously published articles by leading scholars in the field, Stephen Young provides balanced coverage of this wide-ranging and controversial topic.
The articles chosen reflect the major changes which are taking place. What is “Chinese” about Chinese multinationals. internal knowledge linkages in technological competence creation. By building upon this framework, this paper aims to evaluate EMNCs. Downloadable.
We investigate how the proximity to multinational exporters influences the creation of new export linkages (extensive margin of trade) by domestic firms in China. Using panel data from Chinese customs forwe show that domestic firms’ capacity to start exporting new varieties to new markets positively responds to the export activity of neighboring foreign firms for.
Jul 01, · Multinational Enterprises and Host Country Development is a unique collection of papers looking at different aspects of the link between multinational enterprises and their effects on the host countries' economies. The volume studies effects of multinationals on R&D, innovation, productivity, wages, as well as growth and survival of firms in.
In analysing this recent emergence of Chinese multinationals, this chapter begins by outlining how leading companies from China have parlayed their CSAs into the FSAs (Rugman, ) that equip.
Using a unique data set from the Czech Republic forthis study examines the relationship between a firm’s liquidity constraints and its supply linkages with multinational corporations. Sep 26, · The reasons for this include the family control of conglomerates, recklessness in finance enabled in part by partnerships with multinationals and the state, the failure to invest in research and development, and fraud.
[End Page 71] Brown's book is thick with data on various firms and sectors dominated by Southeast Asia's ethnic Chinese. Oct 27, · Four Fallacies About Trade and Globalization Trade – along with the accompanying fears over foreign competition, job loss and reduced wages – is a hot issue for the US presidential campaign and elections elsewhere.
Bythe total foreign trade in China reached US$ billion, an increase of nearly 22 times compared with that inwhich was more than double than that in After the accession to the WTO inChina has reached a new level of foreign trade.
Inthe import and export trade volume exceeded US$ 1 trillion. May 31, · They assess the impact of MNEs on host countries in terms of foreign direct investments (FDIs), linkages, clustering and employment conditions, among other issues. Rugman and Doh () also debate the traditional assumptions about economic development and address the controversies surrounding MNEs in their book Multinationals and Development.
This book is printed on paper suitable for recycling and made from fully managed and sustained forest sources. A catalogue record for this book is available from the British Library. Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data Multinationals, clusters, and innovation: does public policy matter / edited by Ana Teresa Tavares and Aurora.
The paper begins by reviewing the literature on headquarters-subsidiary relationships and the particular organisation of service multinationals. Then we describe the method and data used. This is followed by the empirical findings, discussion and conclusion.
Headquarters-subsidiary relationships in Cited by: Foreign direct investment (FDI) is an integral part of an open and effective international economic system and a major catalyst to development. Yet, the ben-efits of FDI do not accrue automatically and evenly across countries, sectors and local communities.
National policies and. The author claims that Chinese FDI play a marginal role in the development of local suppliers and domestic labor demand through linkages. Indeed, Chinese firms typically bring their own machinery, equipment, and even workers thus generating minimal linkages to domestic firms in the host economy.
The data and descriptive analysisCited by: They illustrate that regional integration will only be a success if ASEAN’s linkages are broadened with global partners through negotiations of Free Trade Agreements. The book concludes that although much still remains to be done, and many promises are still to be unveiled, ASEAN’s ‘coming of age’ is an historic milestone.
Learn More. Absorptive capacity and benefits from FDI: Evidence from Chinese manufactured exports D.L. SwensonMultinationals and the creation of Chinese trade linkages. Canadian Journal of Economics, 41 (2) (), pp. Google Scholar. UNCTAD, Cited by: It has two great strengths. The first is its coverage of the changing political contexts within which multinationals operated The second strength is the book’s eclecticism.' Leslie Hannah Source: atheizm.com (atheizm.com) 'Robert Fitzgerald has presented a formidable collection of historical data on a myriad of global companies in his book.'Cited by: The motives for Indian multinationals’ entry into the developed markets included access to the latest technologies, to gain a foothold in the advanced markets, and as a strategic lever of value creation (Gubbi et al.,Pradhan,Ray and Gubbi, ).Cited by: Globalization is the spread of products, investment, and technology across national borders and cultures.
In economic terms, it describes the loosening of barriers to international trade. Learning-by-doing in emerging market multinationals: Integration, trial and error, repetition, and extension we analyze how the Chinese construction firm China State Construction with weaker innovation systems, characterized by lower investments in public R&D, lower openness to international trade and investment, lower protection of Cited by: With the shift of the global economic gravity toward emerging economies and the roaring economic growth of the past three decades in China, East Asian catching-up growth strategies have profound implications for latecomer economies.
While there are many handbooks on entrepreneurship in general, there is no reference on East Asian entrepreneurship. Most countries adopt policies in order to attract foreign multinationals, stimulate industrial clustering and to foster innovation.
This book links these topical issues. It examines the activities of multinational enterprises, their contribution to cluster development, how they stimulate linkages with domestic firms and contribute to innovation. Oct 19, · Transcript of an IMF Book Forum--The Travels of a T-Shirt in the Global Economy: An Economist Examines the Markets, Power, and Politics of World Trade.
October 19, Transcript of an IMF Book Forum The Travels of a T-Shirt in the Global Economy: An Economist Examines the Markets, Power, and Politics of World Trade Wednesday, October 19, Special Economic Zones World Bank Group - Poverty Reduction and Economic Management Network - International Trade Department trade access is no longer an advantage (e.g.
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Cambridge Core - International Economics - Multinational Enterprise and Economic Analysis - by Richard E. CavesCited by: Jun 01, · “Through empirical field studies, often by native researchers, the volume captures careful snapshots of the industrial activity, linkages and historical development in each cluster.
Given such a challenging external environment, the book presents a compelling case on. Broadening ~ The extension of pdf and geographic linkages to encompass virtually all major societies advances in communication, information processing and transportation technology has allowed the creation of a global audience and a global village Intended to further liberalize the global trade and investment framework by cutting.Abstract.
Chinese business enterprises are going global. By doing so, they are reinventing China economically once again, transforming the country from being merely a platform for exporting low-grade manufactured goods such as textiles and apparel into a major force for overseas atheizm.com: Huiyao Wang, Lu Miao.Honda’s presence in the area.
The free trade zone’s administrative entity, the Ebook of Manaus Free Trade Zone (SUFRAMA), stimulated linkages creation, working with MIP companies to attract their suppliers to Manaus, and organize supplier-production company meetings, among others. Source: Figueiredo, P. N. ().