Technology Transfer, Foreign Direct Investment and International Trade

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Leonard K. Cheng;
(2000)

By developing a Ricardian trade model that features technology transfer via foreign direct investment (FDI), we show that technology transfer via multinational enterprises (MNEs) increases world output and trade in goods and services. When there are many goods a continu... View more
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