Foreign Direct Investment spillovers and the absorption capabilities of domestic firms in the Argentine manufacturing sector in the 90 s

@inproceedings{Chudnovsky2003ForeignDI,
  title={Foreign Direct Investment spillovers and the absorption capabilities of domestic firms in the Argentine manufacturing sector in the 90 s},
  author={D. V. Chudnovsky and Andr{\'e}s S L{\'o}pez and Gast{\'o}n Rossi},
  year={2003}
}
Argentina received large amounts of FDI inflows during the 90s, in a scenario of deep structural reforms which forced domestic firms to rapidly undertake restructuring processes to adapt to the new economic and institutional environment. This paper explores to what extent FDI helped or hindered those restructuring processes, analyzing whether positive (or negative) spillovers arose from the increasing presence of TNCs affiliates. We found that TNCs affiliates have higher productivity levels… CONTINUE READING

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