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Global Activities and Plant Survival: The Case of Sweden

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This chapter provides an extensive review of the empirical evidence found for Sweden concerning plant survival. The result reveals that foreign MNE plants and exporting non-MNE plants have the lowest exit rates, followed by purely domestic-oriented plants, and that domestic MNE plants have the highest exit rates. Moreover, the exit rates of globally engaged plants seem to be unaffected by increased foreign presence, whereas there appears to be a negative impact on the survival rates of non-exporting non-MNE plants. Finally, the result reveals that the survival ratio of plants of acquired exporters, but not other types of plants, improves post acquisition.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationInnovation, Globalization and Firm Dynamics : Lessons for enterprise policy
EditorsAnna Maria Ferragina, Erol Taymaz, Kamil Yilmaz
Number of pages35
PublisherRoutledge
Publication year2014
Chapter13
ISBN (print)978-0-415-83677-7
Publication statusPublished - 2014
SeriesRoutledge Studies in the Modern World Economy
Volume128

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