Foreign Multinationals and Head Office Employment in Canadian Manufacturing Firms
Economic Analysis (EA) Research Paper Series from Statistics Canada, Analytical Studies Branch
This paper examines head office employment in the Canadian manufacturing sector. It focuses on the characteristics that are related to the creation of a head office and the amount of employment in that head office. Among the characteristics investigated are firm size, number of plants, industrial diversity, geographical location, industry and nationality. The paper finds that foreign-owned firms are more likely to create a head office and to create more employment in their head offices than are domestic-controlled firms, after controlling for firm characteristics. It also finds that head office creation and employment levels are associated with a firm's level of complexity (e.g., its size) and how it organises its production geographically.
Keywords: Business performance and ownership; Labour; Business ownership; Globalization and the labour market; Labour mobility; turnover and work absences (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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