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FDI as Multiplier of Modern Technology in Hungarian Industry

Foreign direct investment is generally expected to play a significant role as a multiplier of modern production and management know-how in Central Eastern European transition economies. The following paper examines the various mechanisms by which such technological spillover effects could in theory take place and compares them with the results of an empirical study of their practical significance for Hungarian industry.

01. July 2002

Authors Jutta Günther

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