Multinational firms, global value chains and the organization of technology transfer

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Federica Saliola; Antonello Zanfei;
  • Subject: Global value chain, multinationals, technology transfer, knowledge spillovers
    • jel: jel:F23 | jel:F10 | jel:O33

This paper combines insights from different streams of literature to develop a more comprehensive framework for the analysis of technology transfer via value chain relationships. We integrate the existing literature in three ways. First, we consider value chain relation... View more
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