What Drives U.S. Outbound Foreign Direct Investment in the Asian and Pacific Region? -Industry-Level Evidence from A Panel Data Study-

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dc.contributor.author 小島 平夫 ja
dc.date.accessioned 2014-09-02T10:41:35Z
dc.date.available 2014-09-02T10:41:35Z
dc.date.issued 2009-03 ja
dc.identifier.issn 02863324 ja
dc.identifier.uri http://repository.seinan-gu.ac.jp/handle/123456789/580
dc.description.abstract This paper searches for the determinants/predictors of the U.S. industrial entry into the Asian and Pacific region. The em-pirical results obtained by static panel data econometric model-ing contribute to the literature in two dimensions. First, favor-ing both location-and internalization-theoretic hypotheses, they demonstrate that the U.S. manufacturing foreign direct invest-ment(FDI) in the region increases as the industry size and in-tangible managerial resources/advantages increase at home. Sec-ond, they evidence strong industry-and time-specific effects(un-explained by explanatory variables included) that enable us to identify industries making greater of smaller FDI than a partic-ular reference industry, and to infer effects on FDI of such time-varying factor as foreign exchange rates by refering to a particular fiscal year. Together, these results portray a fruitful panel data econometric picture of U.S. FDI determinants that sheds light on the theory of multinational corporate FDI behavior, as applied to the Asian and Pacific region. ja
dc.language.iso eng ja
dc.publisher 西南学院大学学術研究所 ja
dc.title What Drives U.S. Outbound Foreign Direct Investment in the Asian and Pacific Region? -Industry-Level Evidence from A Panel Data Study- ja
dc.contributor.transcription コジマ ヒラオ ja
dc.contributor.alternative Hirao KOJIAM
dc.type.niitype Departmental Bulletin Paper ja
dc.identifier.jtitle 商学論集 ja
dc.identifier.volume 55巻 ja
dc.identifier.issue 4号 ja
dc.identifier.spage 1 ja
dc.identifier.epage 56 ja


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