A computable general equilibrium model of foreign direct investment productivity spillovers in China

Ziliang Deng, Adam Blake, Rod Falvey

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Abstract

FDI plays an increasingly significant role in the global economic system, especially for the emerging economies. During the three decades of ‘reform and opening-up’ policy implementation, China has become an attractive FDI destination because of its enormous labour supply and low labour cost, relatively stable political and economic environment, and pro-FDI policies. As a result, FDI inflows to China increased dramatically from US$0.9 billion in 1983 to US$74.8 billion in 2007. Since 1993, China has been the largest FDI recipient among the developing countries.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationThe Future of Asian Trade and Growth: Economic Development with the Emergence of China
EditorsLinda Yueh
PublisherRoutledge
Chapter5
Pages91-112
Number of pages22
ISBN (Print)0203863283, 9780203863282
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 8 Dec 2009
Externally publishedYes

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Productivity spillovers
China
Computable general equilibrium model
Foreign direct investment
Labor supply
Labour costs
Policy implementation
Destination
Economic systems
Political environment
Economic environment
Developing countries
Emerging economies

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Deng, Z., Blake, A., & Falvey, R. (2009). A computable general equilibrium model of foreign direct investment productivity spillovers in China. In L. Yueh (Ed.), The Future of Asian Trade and Growth: Economic Development with the Emergence of China (pp. 91-112). Routledge. https://doi.org/10.4324/9780203863282
Deng, Ziliang ; Blake, Adam ; Falvey, Rod. / A computable general equilibrium model of foreign direct investment productivity spillovers in China. The Future of Asian Trade and Growth: Economic Development with the Emergence of China. editor / Linda Yueh. Routledge, 2009. pp. 91-112
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A computable general equilibrium model of foreign direct investment productivity spillovers in China. / Deng, Ziliang; Blake, Adam; Falvey, Rod.

The Future of Asian Trade and Growth: Economic Development with the Emergence of China. ed. / Linda Yueh. Routledge, 2009. p. 91-112.

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