FDI, Human Capital and Education in Developing Countries: Defining a Research Methodology. Ki Fukasaku Paris, 1 4 December 2001. What type of FDI?. Natural resource extraction Manufacturing Services (telecom, power, transport, etc) Green-field M&As Privatisation.
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FDI, Human Capital and Education in Developing Countries: Defining a Research Methodology
Ki Fukasaku Paris, 14 December 2001
What type of FDI?
Foreign presence affects positively the productivity growth of domestic firms in specialist and scale-intensive sectors (e.g. chemical, machinery, metal, automobile), but not in science-based sectors (e.g. pharmaceutical, IT/electronic).