Empirical Part I: Location Choice of Multinationals
Bjoern Jindra ()
Chapter 5 in Internationalisation Theory and Technological Accumulation, 2012, pp 51-92 from Palgrave Macmillan
Abstract This first empirical part of the research investigates whether, other things being equal, location specific agglomeration economies in general, and technology related externalities in particular, play a significant role for the general location choice of foreign and West German multinationals in East German regions. we also analyse whether the valuation of technology related externalities in the location choice applies uniformly across all foreign and West German multinational affiliates in East Germany.
Keywords: Foreign Investor; Foreign Firm; Knowledge Spillover; Location Choice; Multinational Firm (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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