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    National Tsing Hua University Institutional Repository > 科技管理學院  > 經濟學系 > 會議論文  >  Industrial Agglomeration, Business Globalization and Productivity: An Empirical Study on Taiwanese Firms

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    Title: Industrial Agglomeration, Business Globalization and Productivity: An Empirical Study on Taiwanese Firms
    Authors: Yih-Luan Chyi;Yi Lee;Eric S. Lin;Shih-Ying Wu
    教師: 林世昌
    Date: 2009
    Publisher: International Atlantic Economic Conference
    Relation: The 68th International Atlantic Economic Conference,Boston,USA,2009
    Keywords: industrial agglomeration
    knowledge spillovers
    total factor productivity
    Abstract: This paper examines impacts of industrial agglomeration and foreign direct investment (FDI) on total factor productivity of Taiwanese rms. Our model of FDI decisions of heterogeneous rms with agglomeration economies suggests that rms located in more concentrated industrial agglomerations become more productive, and undertaking FDI have either positive or negative in uence on rm productivity. Using plant-level data, this paper constructs an indicator of industrial agglomeration to appraise agglomeration economies on rm productivity. Based on the data of 601 manufacturing rms and the agglomeration indicator, this paper estimates a probit model of FDI choices and a crosssectional econometric model to empirically assess the impacts of industrial agglomeration and FDI on rms' performances. The empirical results show that local industrial agglomerations provide positive contribution to rm productivity after rms' attributes are controlled, while FDI in China has positive but not always signi cant impacts on rm performance.
    URI: http://econ.ccu.edu.tw/manage/1259116892_a.pdf
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