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“…Blomström, Globerman, and Kokko (2001) argue that greater competition may induce multinational enterprises to transfer more (high-quality) technology to their subsidiaries, increasing the potential for knowledge spillover. Theoretical models by Glass and Saggi (1998), Wang andBlomström (1992), and others show that this may be the case.…”
Section: Competition In the Host Country Or Sectormentioning
confidence: 99%
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“…Blomström, Globerman, and Kokko (2001) argue that greater competition may induce multinational enterprises to transfer more (high-quality) technology to their subsidiaries, increasing the potential for knowledge spillover. Theoretical models by Glass and Saggi (1998), Wang andBlomström (1992), and others show that this may be the case.…”
Section: Competition In the Host Country Or Sectormentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Indeed, Allred, and Park (2007) conclude that there exists an optimal and positive degree of intellectual property rights protection that stimulates diffusion of knowledge from multinational enterprises. Blomström, Globerman, and Kokko (2001) argue that greater competition may induce multinational enterprises to transfer more (high-quality) technology to their subsidiaries, increasing the potential for knowledge spillover. Theoretical models by Glass and Saggi (1998), Wang and Blomström (1992), and others show that this may be the case.…”
Section: Intellectual Property Rightsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…In work on economic development and upgrading, the connection between foreign and local parties has been extensively researched under the rubric of "local linkages", and numerous studies focus on these linkages in less developed local economies (Brannon et al, 1994;Alfaro and Rodr guez-Clare, 2004;Chen et al, 2004). Research using the concept of a "technology gap" (e.g.…”
Section: Prior Workmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…The more recent foreign films produced in South Africa are more likely to feature box office stars than the initial ones. The employment in the industry continues to grow at about 10 per cent, in spite of the fact that the number of films produced is plateauing (Boting and Standish, 2006). South African filmmakers increasingly see themselves as competing for productions not with Latin American countries, but with Canada, Australia and New Zealand.…”
Section: The South African Industry: a Producer Of Niche Services To mentioning
confidence: 99%
“…This can happen via three main routes: (1) demonstration effects; (2) competition effects, and; (3) labour market effects. As noted, spillovers are not generated automatically but are in essence driven by the characteristics of the host economy, such as its degree of economic development, its ability to assimilate imported technology and more generally its absorptive capacity (see Kokko, 1996 andBlomström et al 2000). In this section we briefly highlight the key evidence regarding the prevalence of such linkages and spillovers in Ireland.…”
Section: Embedding Growth Through Spillovers Linkages and Clustersmentioning
confidence: 98%