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FDI spatial spillovers in China

Lin, Mi and Kwan, Yum K. (2017) FDI spatial spillovers in China. The World Economy . ISSN 0378-5920

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Abstract

This paper studies FDI spatial spillovers in China. Empirical investigation reveals that, along the spatial dimension, FDI presence tends to generate negative intraregional spillovers that dominate other potential positive externalities. The direction, magnitude and scope of inter-regional spillovers vary, depending on the spillover channels. Our empirical findings call for a rethinking of policy-driven agglomeration among indigenous firms and MNEs in developing countries.

Keywords:FDI spillovers, Spatial diffusion, Firm Agglomeration, China
Subjects:L Social studies > L140 Econometrics
L Social studies > L160 International Economics
L Social studies > L100 Economics
L Social studies > L110 Applied Economics
Divisions:Lincoln International Business School
ID Code:19236
Deposited On:26 Oct 2015 15:01

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