The Employment Implications of Liberalizing Foreign Direct Investment in Services
Paper prepared for the Directorate for Trade and Agriculture, the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development. I thank Fr�d�ric Gonzales for his assistance with FATS data. 1 Executive Summary As the world emerges from the global financial crisis, unemployment remains high in some of the major economies of Europe and North America. A key empirical question is whether liberalisation of FDI in services can contribute to job creation. According to the analysis of this paper, the answer...[Show more]
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