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We study empirically credit availability of listed firms in China for the years 2003–11 to uncover underlying trends in economic policies. The estimations indicate increasing favoritism of state-owned firms in credit availability, consistent with a drive toward “state capitalism.”...
Does outward foreign direct investment accelerate de-industrialization at home or generate domestic jobs and operations? This paper applies the job creation (JC)/destruction (JD) method to micro data of Japanese manufacturing firms and provides a bird's eye view of the dynamism of globalizing...
ASEAN is considered one of the most successful economic regions, because it managed to dismantle many of the tariff barriers among the ten member states. Its more ambitious goal, however—of becoming not only a single trade area, but also a single production base by the year 2015—appears...
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