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Formato: 2019
EXTERNAL EFFECTS OF FOREIGN DIRECT INVESTMENT. THE CASE OF THE “CELTIC TIGER”, IRELAND
Revista:
8 - 2003
Autores:
Carlos Rodríguez González
Resumen:

The theoretical literature about the potentially positive spillovers arising from foreign direct investment underlines the existence of diverse channels through which local enterprises can benefit from the presence of foreign affiliates, contributing so to a higher economic growth.

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Temas:
Foreign direct investment, productivity, wages, exports, Ireland
SOCIAL IMPACTS OF THE ECONOMIC TRANSITION PROCESS IN EASTERN EUROPE
Revista:
8 - 2003
Autores:
María Jesús Vara Miranda
Resumen:

The paper seeks to know how the negative and positive results of sistemic change in Eastern Europe have been shared among different social levels. Who are the winners and the losers of this process and what opportunities have the most marginal groups to face up their problems. Thus, it analyses, first of all, the labor market contribution to increase inequality and the public sector capacity to correct these deviations.

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Temas:
CEE countries, social costs, labor market, Income Distribution, Poverty

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