This measure is the sum of total gross domestic production of the host countries and represents the location-specific advantage
of the host.
It is inevitable that Sri Lanka should capitalize on the location-specific advantages
and position itself as a hub, when this economic boom happens in the Asian Region.
are the "immobile, natural or created endowments" (Dunning 2000a: 164) which become an incentive to invest in a particular country.
According to Dunning's OLI-model, a global allocation of the production depends on the analysis and understanding of three advantages: Ownership-Specific Advantages, Location-Specific Advantages
and Internalization-Incentive Advantages (Dunning & Lundan, 2008), thus the title OLI-model.
The bank can thus leverage the UAE's or Abu Dhabi's location-specific advantages
to enhance its efficiency and strategic benefits.
The project exploits location-specific advantages
that arise from two crucial facts.
To do this they focus on Dunning's location-specific advantages
of host countries, presented as composite indices for Global Competitiveness, Human Development and Corruption Perception.
Dynamics of globalization; location-specific advantages
or liabilities of foreignness?
Three specific factors: First, Switzerland has tremendous location-specific advantages
. Second, the current financial market crisis has brought to light the advantages of "old school" wealth management as practised in Switzerland.
"In addition, we showcased the location-specific advantages
Dubai offers to international filmmakers.
In the third section we examine the determinants of foreign expansion into other markets and in the final section we provide an analysis of the internationalization of these companies based on location-specific advantages
As Rugman (1985) states, this theory possesses intimate relationship with Dunning's "eclectic theory", which combines ownership, internalization, and location-specific advantages
into a comprehensive model.