The Local / Global Integration of MNC subsidiaries and their Technological Behaviour : Argentina in the Late 1990 s Paper for the DRUID Summer Conference 2006

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  title={The Local / Global Integration of MNC subsidiaries and their Technological Behaviour : Argentina in the Late 1990 s Paper for the DRUID Summer Conference 2006},
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  year={2006}
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  • Published 2006
This paper examines reasons for differences in the innovative activity of MNC subsidiaries in the context of a late industrialising host economy, Argentina in the late 1990s. It builds on our earlier work which demonstrated that local spillovers from FDI did arise, but not as a generalised consequence of all kinds of FDI-mediated technology transfer from parent companies. Instead spillovers were associated with the existence of significant knowledgecreation and related innovative activity… CONTINUE READING

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