Foreign direct investment and employment in the industrial countries by Palle Schelde Andersen

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Statementby P.S. Andersen and P. Hainaut.
SeriesBIS working papers,, no. 61, BIS working papers (Online) ;, no. 61.
ContributionsHainaut, P., Bank for International Settlements. Monetary and Economic Dept.
LC ClassificationsHG3879
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FormatElectronic resource
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Open LibraryOL3285848M
LC Control Number2003616610

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FOREIGN DIRECT INVESTMENT AND EMPLOYMENT IN THE INDUSTRIAL COUNTRIES by P. Andersen and P. Hainaut * Abstract Since the trough inthe growth of real foreign direct investment (FDI) outflows and inflows for the OECD countries has been very high, far outpacing that of foreign trade and real GDP.

While such flows are likely to have increased. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Andersen, Palle Schelde. Foreign direct investment and employment in the industrial countries.

Basle: Bank for International Settlements, Monetary and Economic Dept., © A collection of papers on the determinants and consequences of foreign direct investment (FDI) in the real and financial sectors of industrial countries.

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The U.S. direct investment abroad position, or cumulative level of investment, decreased $ billion to $ trillion at the end of from $ trillion at the end ofaccording to statistics released by the Bureau of Economic Analysis (BEA). The decrease was due to the repatriation of accumulated prior earnings by U.S.

multinationals from their foreign affiliates, largely in. This series is designed to make available to a wider readership selected papers prepared for use in the context of the OECD Jobs Study.

The principal results of this study have been published in the form of a concise synthesis report entitled: The OECD Jobs Study: Facts, Analyses, Strategies, followed by a detailed background report (in two volumes) entitled: The OECD Jobs Study: Evidence and. Lipsey: Home- and Host-Country Effects of Foreign Direct Investment: Baldwin: w The Effects of Trade and Foreign Direct Investment on Employment and Relative Wages: Chen and Ku: w The Effects of Overseas Investment on Domestic Employment: Lipsey, Ramstetter, and Blomstrom: w Outward FDI and Parent Exports and Employment: Japan, the United States, and Sweden.

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Direct investment excludes investment through purchase of shares. This paper is part of the NBER's research program in International Trade and Investment. We thank the participants at a session of the Royal Economic Society Annual Conference, Marchand an anonymous referee for valuable are indebted to IUI and the US Department of Commerce for the use of their data and especially to Dale Shannon for help with the analysis.

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Slaughter --Discussion / Karolina Ekholm --The Economics of Foreign Direct Investment Incentives / Magnus Blomstrom and Ari.Foreign Direct Investment.

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Job Creation & Employment. Most foreign direct investment is designed to create new businesses in the host country, which usually translates to job creation and higher wages.

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