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Intra-Industry Investment and Imperfect Markets : A Geometric Approach in Simple General Equilibrium

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  • Zhao, Laixun

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This paper studies intra-industry foreign direct investment in a 2*2*2 general equilibrium model with bilateral monopoly in the factor market and unilateral monopoly fn the product market. Intra-industry investment is presented as the endogenous result of the interactions between multinational firms and national unions. Robustness of results, welfare implications and distribution of income are also studied.

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  • Zhao, Laixun, 1994. "Intra-Industry Investment and Imperfect Markets : A Geometric Approach in Simple General Equilibrium," ビジネス創造センターディスカッション・ペーパー (Discussion papers of the Center for Business Creation) 10252/4185, Otaru University of Commerce.
  • Handle: RePEc:ota:busdis:10252/4185
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