International and intranational technological spillovers and productivity growth in China

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Fu, Xiaolan; Gong, Yundan;

Technological spillovers from foreign direct investment (FDI) have been regarded as a major source of technical progress and productivity growth. This paper explores the role of international and intranational technological spillovers from FDI in technical change, effic... View more
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