FDI and technology diffusion in developing countries: the role of human capital and institutions

Nigel Driffield, Michael Henry

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Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 2006
Event9th international EUNIP conference - Limerick, Ireland
Duration: 20 Jun 200622 Jun 2006

Conference

Conference9th international EUNIP conference
CountryIreland
CityLimerick
Period20/06/0622/06/06
OtherTheoretical and applied papers are invited in all areas of industrial policy, including the following:
- Drivers of industrial development: large versus small firms
- Spatial dimensions of industrial development
- Governance and the determinants of local economic development
- Policies to encourage industrial development (including: deregulation; EU harmonisation and regulation; impact of the 5th Enlargement)
- Technology and innovation policy
- The Evaluation Challenge: Lessons from regional and industrial development policies
- Comparative analysis of industrial development: EU countries versus other regions in the world
- Globalisation, transnational corporations and FDI
- Knowledge intensive services and the learning economy [

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Technology flows, outsourcing and productivity: an analysis of UK trade and FDI

Driffield, N. L., Henry, M. & Love, J. H., 2007, Aston University, (Aston Business School research papers; no. RP0707).

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    Driffield, N., & Henry, M. (2006). FDI and technology diffusion in developing countries: the role of human capital and institutions. Paper presented at 9th international EUNIP conference, Limerick, Ireland.