Foreign direct investment (FDI) generates spillovers
that often benefit local firms in the host country.
Yu, 2013, "Property Rights, R&D Spillovers
and Corporate Accounting Transparency in China," Emerging Markets Review 15, 34-56.
A list of measures that could possibly have negative spillovers
was also shared during the Session.
Louis are world-class schools that have attracted little high-tech spillover
In other words, the main objective of this research was to investigate if there were productivity spillovers
effects from FDI received by Brazilian processing industries.
At the current juncture, we believe that the Fund should stand ready to provide analytical support and policy advice to its members on how to address policy spillovers
The following six international knowledge transmission channels are examined: (1) imports (Coe and Helpman 1995; Coe, Helpman, and Hoffmaister 1997, 2009; Keller 1998; Kneller and Stevens 2006; Lichtenberg and van Pottelsberghe de la Potterie 1998; Madsen 2007, 2008a, 2008b; Vamvakidis 1998, 2003); (2) exports (Falvey, Foster, and Greenaway 2004); (3) inward FDI (van Pottelsberghe de la Potterie and Lichtenberg 2001); (4) flows of patents between countries (Eaton and Kortum 1996, 1999); (5) geographical proximity (Keller 2002); and (6) general knowledge spillovers
that are not passing through any particular channel.
Domestic political volatility, security breaches, concerns about spillovers
from the escalating Syrian crisis, and the dispute over the minimum wage .
But many emerging countries were forced to confront adverse financial spillovers
from large and sharp swings in the global liquidity condition," Governor Kim said at the opening remarks for the BOK conference co-organized with the International Monetary Fund (IMF).
manufacturing firms, the estimated FDI spillovers
account for about 14 percent of U.
Goyal and Moraga-Gonzalez (2001) find that such a conflict arises when spillovers
are not too small.
also have a positive effect on wages.