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国際経済
Vol. 64 (2013) p. 103-124

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http://doi.org/10.5652/kokusaikeizai.kk2013.04.ak

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This study quantifies the factors contributing to foreign direct investment (FDI) using data from a questionnaire-based survey of Japanese manufacturing firms with overseas operations. The results of our analysis echoed that of previous research, demonstrating that in addition to company size, the effects of R&D and marketing capabilities on FDI were statistically significant. Notably, R&D capability exerted a stronger effect than marketing capability, which led us to conclude that technical knowledge is an important firm-specific advantage among firms embarking on FDI.

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