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Alessia Amighini
University of Eastern Piedmont
51Publications
12H-index
507Citations
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Sara Gorgoni2
Estimated H-index: 2
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Matthew Smith
In recent decades, the international economy has witnessed fundamental changes in the way manufacturing is organised: products are no longer manufactured in their entirety in a single location. Instead, the production process is often split across a number of stages located in countries that are frequently far apart from each other. By spreading out their manufacturing and supply chain activities globally through international investment and intra-firm trade, Multinational enterprises (MNEs) pla...
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Sara Gorgoni2
Estimated H-index: 2
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Alessia Amighini12
Estimated H-index: 12
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Matthew Smith
This paper explores the structural changes in the international organisation of automotive production since the early 1990s. We apply descriptive network measures to international trade data for the period 1993-2013 for three automotive component groups with different technological intensity, with the aim of understanding: 1) How the automotive international trade network has changed since the beginning of the 1990s; 2) Whether regionalisation has increased over time; 3) How the role that rising...
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Alessia Amighini12
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Margaret McMillan21
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Marco Sanfilippo7
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More targeted manufacturing FDI could reinforce and raise domestic investment levels in developing economies.
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Alessia Amighini12
Estimated H-index: 12
(Catholic University of the Sacred Heart),
Margaret McMillan21
Estimated H-index: 21
(International Food Policy Research Institute),
Marco Sanfilippo5
Estimated H-index: 5
(University of Antwerp)
We contribute to the long debated issue of whether inward foreign direct investment (FDI) can stimulate investment in developing countries by introducing a novel measure of FDI, based on industry-level data. Our results suggest a positive impact of FDI on total investment – measured as the ratio of gross fixed capital formation to GDP – but only if multinational enterprises engage in manufacturing production; the same does not hold for other business activities. Moreover, we find evidence of a m...
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Sara Gorgoni2
Estimated H-index: 2
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Alessia Amighini12
Estimated H-index: 12
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Matthew Smith
In recent decades, the international economy has witnessed fundamental changes in the way manufacturing is organised products are no longer manufactured in their entirety in a single location. Instead, the production process is often split across a number of stages located in countries that are frequently far apart from each other. By spreading out their manufacturing and supply chain activities globally through international investment and intra-firm trade, Multinational enterprises (MNEs) play...
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2016 in China & World Economy [IF: 0.95]
Andrea Goldstein , Alessia Amighini12
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Amano Prodi
Pivotal informal organizations, above all the G20, the G7 and the BRICS, have accumulated growing power in recent years. At a basic level, informal organizations differ from the formal institutions such as the UN and the IMF in a number of key ways: membership structure; foundational or legitimizational character and level of bureaucracy. What are the implications of this phenomenon for global governance? What does this shift from a hub club to a focal point network imply for innovation in modes...
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Alessia Amighini12
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Andrea Goldstein
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Alessia Amighini12
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Claudio Cozza8
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(University of Trieste),
Elisa Giuliani10
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(University of Pisa)
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The phenomenon of Emerging Economy Multinational Enterprises (EMNEs) and their internationalization process have sparked the debate over the appropriateness of International Business theories to study EMNEs’ internationalization processes. The literature has extensively investigated what distinguishes EMNEs from Advanced Country Multinational Enterprises (AMNEs). This review summarizes and discusses some of the issues that have mostly attracted scholarly debate in this research area. We discuss ...
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Andrea Filippo Presbitero18
Estimated H-index: 18
(Marche Polytechnic University),
Matteo Richiardi13
Estimated H-index: 13
(University of Oxford),
Alessia Amighini12
Estimated H-index: 12
We test whether labor flexibility acts as a substitute to delocalization. Using Italian survey data, we show that a higher share of temporary workers appears to reduce the likelihood of future offshoring. However, once reverse causality and spurious correlation are controlled for with IV techniques, the relationship vanishes. This finding suggests that a solid argument that labor flexibility and offshoring are substitutes has still to be made.
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