• Economics
  • Published 2005

Coming and Going: Gains and Losses from Relocations Affecting Hungary

@inproceedings{Hunya2005ComingAG,
  title={Coming and Going: Gains and Losses from Relocations Affecting Hungary},
  author={G{\'a}bor Hunya and Magdolna T{\"o}lgyessy P{\'e}tern{\'e} Sass},
  year={2005}
}
Relocation is a way of reducing costs, thus increasing competitiveness, by splitting production and services between countries. The main argument kindling the relocation debate suggests that moving abroad generates job losses in the home country, while production and job gains appear only in the host country. However, positive effects are also present in the home country, due to increasing the overall competitiveness of the companies engaged in relocation, which allows the upgrading of products… CONTINUE READING

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