Do Multinationals Feed Local Development and Growth? (International Business and Management)
To what extent do foreign MNEs represent a crucial source of spillovers for local domestic companies? And which are the working mechanisms of these technological transfers?
How can development and growth processes take off? And are there privileged sectors and locations?
Do MNEs benefit from significant technological transfer from their foreign activities? And what modalities and mechanisms do MNEs adopt to value technological transfers? Which are the main advantages stemming from them?
Do MNEs performances also benefit in terms of labour productivity and employment?
The answers provided highlight that recursive elements and interaction between international institutions, government policies and strategies of MNEs are main mechanisms to factors that influence development and growth, thus offering new insights to policy makers.
*Studies the relationship of the MNE with it's home and host countries
*Analyzes the effect of MNEs upon local development and growth
*Contributes to define the role for public industrial and economic policies
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- Lucia Piscitello (Editor), Grazia D. Santangelo (Editor)
- Elsevier Science: 1 edition (9 Aug. 2007)
- Business, Finance Law
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