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L'impact des choix de localisation des firmes multinationales sur les dynamiques industrielles


  • Matthieu Crozet


[eng] Multinational firms' location choices and industrial dynamics. . This paper analyses the consequences of the multinational firms' location choices on the local patterns of specialization. We show that deeper integration between the two locations may intensify agglomeration effects. It is also demonstrated that FDI can agglomerate in equilibrium with high transaction costs. [fre] Le modèle analyse les comportements de localisation des firmes multinationales et l'impact de ces décisions sur les structures de spécialisation des pays d'accueil. On montre qu'une plus grande intégration entre les deux pays d'accueil est susceptible de favoriser les effets d'agglomération, mais aussi que la concentration des IDE peut émerger en cas de trop grand cloisonnement des pays.

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  • Matthieu Crozet, 2000. "L'impact des choix de localisation des firmes multinationales sur les dynamiques industrielles," Revue Économique, Programme National Persée, vol. 51(3), pages 735-746.
  • Handle: RePEc:prs:reveco:reco_0035-2764_2000_num_51_3_410551

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