Base Erosion and Profit Shifting in Indonesia
The ownership, location and internalisation (OLI) framework introduced by Dunning (1977) explains why multinational enterprises (MNEs) establish subsidiaries overseas. According to the OLI framework, MNEs have advantages over companies that operate at the domestic level, including more power, such as patent, trademark and international reputation (ownership), more flexibility to choose locations for better access to customers and lower tariffs (location) and,...[Show more]
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