Globalization, Offshoring, and Multinational Companies: What Are the Questions, and How Well Are We Doing in Answering Them?
AbstractThis paper identifies key questions that are being asked about globalization and MNC’s and then reviews the types of statistics that are required to answer those questions. The paper goes on to assess whether the statistics collected by the Bureau of Economic Analysis are adequate to address those questions.
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Bibliographic InfoPaper provided by Bureau of Economic Analysis in its series BEA Papers with number 0057.
Date of creation: Jan 2006
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