International Competition for Foreign Multinational Investment,

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Jan I. Haaland; Ian Wooton;
  • Subject: multinationals; foreign direct investment; location
    • jel: jel:F12 | jel:F23

We examine the economic justification for providing investment subsidies to foreign-owned multinationals. These provide employment opportunities and generate demand for domestic intermediate inputs, produced by domestic workers with increasing returns to scale. Offering... View more
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    Figure 4. Equilibria with Competition in Subsidies sf

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