FDI technology spillovers and wages

1. Person: Urban, Dieter M.
Format: Online-Artikel
Sprache: English
Veröffentlicht: Center for Economic Studies and Ifo Institute (CESifo) 2007
Serien: CESifo Working Paper
Schlagworte: Übernahme
Multinationales Unternehmen
Direktinvestition
Spillover-Effekt
Technischer Fortschritt
Lohnniveau
Internationale Arbeitsmobilität
Theorie
Transnational corporation
Foreign investment
Spillover effect
Technological change
Wage level
Theory
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FDI technology spillovers and wages
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FDI technology spillovers and wages
Übernahme
Multinationales Unternehmen
Direktinvestition
Spillover-Effekt
Technischer Fortschritt
Lohnniveau
Internationale Arbeitsmobilität
Theorie
Transnational corporation
Foreign investment
Spillover effect
Technological change
Wage level
Theory
Urban, Dieter M.
CESifo Working Paper
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FDI technology spillovers and wages
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FDI technology spillovers and wages
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Center for Economic Studies and Ifo Institute (CESifo)
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2007
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English
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Übernahme
Multinationales Unternehmen
Direktinvestition
Spillover-Effekt
Technischer Fortschritt
Lohnniveau
Internationale Arbeitsmobilität
Theorie
Transnational corporation
Foreign investment
Spillover effect
Technological change
Wage level
Theory
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Transnational corporation
Foreign investment
Spillover effect
Technological change
Wage level
Theory
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Urban, Dieter M.
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This study distinguishes multinational firm (MNE) technology-spillover from learning effects. Whenever learning takes time, the model predicts that foreign investors deduct the economic value of learning from wages of inexperienced workers and add it to experienced ones to prevent them from moving to local competitors. Hence, the national wage bill is unaffected by the presence of MNEs. In contrast to learning, technology spillover effects occur whenever a worker with MNE experience contributes more to local firms' than to MNEs' productivity. In this case, experienced MNE workers are hired by indigenous firms and the host country obtains a welfare gain from the presence of MNEs. Implications of this model for the empirical findings of the MNE wage premium and the empirical FDI technology spillover literature are also discussed.
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