Investissement direct à l'étranger et performance à l'exportation
Raphaël Chiappini ()
Revue française d'économie, 2013, vol. Volume XXVIII, issue 3, 119-164
This study investigates the relationship between outward foreign direct investment (FDI) stock and bilateral export flows of the three largest exporter of the euro area. Using a dynamic panel model relying on the system GMM estimator, we find strong evidence of a complementarity relationship between FDI and trade for Germany, especially with emerging countries. Results concerning France are less robust and only show a weak positive effect of FDI on trade with emerging economies. Finally, exports and FDI are found to be substitutes for Italy with high income economies.
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