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    Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item: http://ir.lib.ksu.edu.tw/handle/987654321/5647

    Title: Entry Mode, Ownership Constraint, and R&D with Spillover
    Authors: 王雅津 (Ya-Chin Wang)
    Leonard F. S. Wang
    Keywords: Entry Mode
    Direct Entry
    Merger and Acquisition
    R&D Spillover
    Ownership Constraint
    Date: 2009-07
    Issue Date: 2009-11-15 01:30:11 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: In this paper, we examine how R&D costs, technological spillover, market size, and
    ownership constraint affect the choice of foreign entry, R&D level, and host country’s
    welfare. In a full foreign ownership model, the foreign firm tends to raise the likelihood
    of choosing direct entry when the R&D spillover is larger. The R&D investment
    decreases when its spillover effect becomes larger. In an extreme case, when the typical
    domestic firm fully absorbs foreign technology, the foreign firm always provides more
    R&D under acquisition than under direct entry. In addition, for the foreign firms as well
    as the host country, there is no difference between choosing direct entry or acquisition
    when the market is extremely competitive. With regulation on foreign ownership, the
    R&D spillover creates the possibility of choosing direct entry for the foreign firm,
    which is different from the results obtained in Mattoo et al. (2004).
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