Availability of Business Services and Outward Investment: Evidence from French Firms
This paper considers the link between the local availability of services in a home country and a firm's decision to become a multinational. This is a highly topical issue, given that many industrialized countries are increasingly becoming service economies and firms become increasingly more glo...
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|published in:||Review of international economics Vol. 24; no. 4; pp. 797 - 819|
|Data of publication:||September 2016|
Görg is also affiliated with the Tuborg Centre for Globalisation and Firms at Aarhus University, Jabbour with the Kiel Institute for the World Economy, and both authors with the Globalisation and Economic Policy Centre (GEP) at the University of Nottingham. We are grateful to Ron Davies, Aoife Hanley, Frances Ruane, Dan Trefler, participants at the Festschrift workshop in Nottingham, the joint Kiel Institute/World Bank workshop on Trade in Services in Washington DC, and seminars at the University of Tübingen, University College Dublin and ESRI Dublin for very helpful comments.
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