The Improvement and Application of Econometric Model for Reverse Spillover Effect of Technology Sourcing FDI

Fu Yuanzhai; Zhao Jiaying; Li Hongyu
August 2012
International Business & Management;2012, Vol. 5 Issue 1, p142
Academic Journal
Domestic enterprises expect to obtain foreign advanced technology through foreign direct investment, but its reverse spillover effect has been the lack of effective measurement. This paper use foreign research results for reference, and tries to improve and apply the econometric model for reverse spillover effect of technology sourcing FDI.


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