Foreign Direct Investment in Producer Services

  • James Markusen
  • Thomas F. Rutherford
  • David Tarr
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Abstract

Any paper on services typically either chooses to define services or to ignore the question and assume that we all know what we are talking about. The first option is a swamp, and in seminars authors who chose this route seldom get beyond section one. The second route is almost as bad, but at least the authors may make it to the model before the inevitable question arises.

Keywords

Foreign Direct Investment Host Country Real Wage Foreign Firm Skilled Labor 
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  • James Markusen
  • Thomas F. Rutherford
  • David Tarr

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