Multinational Firms and Impacts on Employment, Trade, and Technology: New Perspectives for a New Century

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b
backward:
national linkages (BNL) 149 ;
regional linkages (BRL) 148 , 149
backward linkage effect 140 , 141
backward linkages 145 , 146 , 150
Balance of Payments Appendices:
French data 51
Barry, F. 149
Bartlett, C. 222
Belgian:
exporting firms 220 ;
science system 232 , 237
bilateral investment treaties 140
Blomström, M. 47
Bradley, J. 149
Bureau of Economic Analysis (BEA) 5
Business International Corporation 157 , 163

c
Cassiman, B. 241
CIS survey data 230
CNEL (National Council of Economy and Labour) 203
complementarity:
hypothesis 89 ;
key dimensions 45
Cournot competition 120

d
domestic employment 24 , 26 , 28 , 35
domestic industry:
downstream 145 ;
upstream 145
Dyer, J. 158

e
econometric analysis: model 91 ;
of panel data 96 ;
results 92
employment within firms:
effects of foreign production 18
EUROSTAT/CIS Survey 240
exports 44 , 46-8 , 51 , 58 , 65 , 66 , 84-91 , 96 , 101 , 105 ;
bilateral 71 , 74 ;
global 43 , 87 , 94 ;
industrial 43 , 45 ;
intra-firm 86 , 120 , 122 , 124-7 , 130-1

f
feedback effect 145-7
Feenstra, R. C. 105
Fifth Basic Survey on Foreign Direct Investment 171
foreign affiliates 17 , 28 , 30 , 31 , 43 , 46
foreign employment 6 , 9 , 27 , 28 , 32 , 34
foreign investment 101 , 102 , 105-7 , 113 , 139 ;
complementary effect 112 ;
ata 117 ;
equation 107 , 108 ;
project 146 ;
types 106 , 108
foreign investors 209
foreign multinationals in Italy:
innovative activities 214
foreign subsidiaries:
adapting238 ;
independent238 ;
sourcing238 ;
typology 237
foreign venture:
ownership advantage249 ;
strategic gap249
forward:
national linkages (FNL) 149 ;
regional linkages (FRL) 149
forward linkage effects141
forward linkages 145-7
France:
comparison of trade and FDI 67 , 85 ;
import equations 65
French Directory of International Economic Relations (DREE) 86
French firms 62 , 85 , 86 ;
FDI 84 ;
FDI flows 51 ;
multinational firms 84 , 85

g
German firms 51
Ghoshal, S. 222
'global product mandate' 223

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