FDI in Chinese Cities: Spillovers and Impact on Growth
Nicole Madariaga and
Sandra Poncet ()
The World Economy, 2007, vol. 30, issue 5, 837-862
This study reconsiders the question of impact of FDI on growth performance. We rely on a dataset of Chinese cities between 1990 and 2002 to investigate the effects of FDI in the traditional growth regression framework using the GMM estimator for dynamic panels. Our growth model incorporates an explicit consideration of spatial dependence effects in the form of spatially lagged income and FDI. Our results reveal that Chinese cities take advantage not only of FDI flows received locally but also of FDI flows received by their neighbours.
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