Empirical Research on Different Sources of FDI Technology Spillovers in Chinese Industrial Sector

Hui WANG, Huifang LIU

Abstract


Based on the extension of Cobb-Douglas production function model,we used the 1995-2012 time series data of Chinese industrial sector to research the different sources of FDI’s technology spillovers,and found that the FDI from Hong Kong,Macao and Taiwan regions(HMT) has a positive and significant technology spillovers on China's industrial sector;Elsewhere,the FDI from Asia(except HMT ), Africa and North America has a positive technology spillovers but not significant, and from Europe, Latin America, Oceania and affiliated islands of Oceania has a negative technology spillovers .Finally, this paper puts forward some policy and suggestions that how to get more FDI’s technology spillovers on China's industrial sector.


Keywords


Investment Sources; FDI; Technology Spillovers ; Cobb-Douglas Model

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