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Spillovers and international competition for investments
(Discussion paper2001:23, Working paper, 2001-05)
Two jurisdictions compete to attract shares of the investment budget of a large multinational enterprise, whose investments confer positive spillovers on national firms. The firm has private information about its efficiency ...
Common agency with outside options : the case of international taxation of an MNE
(Discussion paper1999:2, Working paper, 1999)
Multinationals, tax competition and outside options
(Discussion paper2010:13, Working paper, 2010-09)
We analyse tax competition when a multinational firm has invested in two countries but also has an outside option, e.g., towards a third country. An interesting finding is that more attractive outside options for firms may ...
Sharing of endogenous risk in construction
(Discussion paper2003:18, Working paper, 2003-07)
In risk management of complex procurement projects in construction, the buyer has two principal instruments at his disposal: 1) the choice of time and resources put into engineering and design (project specification), thus ...
Strategic tax competition : implications of national ownership
(Discussion paper2000:2, Working paper, 1999-11)
Two jurisdictions compete to capture the rents of a large multinational enterprise (MNE) which invests locally and which is partly owned by local investors. The MNE contributes to local welfare by tax payments and dividends, ...
Multinationals, regulatory competition and outside options
(Discussion paper2003:23, Working paper, 2003-12)
Lower barriers to entry and developments in world capital markets have increased the actual and potential mobility of multinational enterprises. This poses challenges for host countries’ tax and regulation policies. The ...
International competition for R&D investments
(Discussion paper2000:4, Working paper, 2000-02)
Two jurisdictions compete to attract shares of the R&D investment budget of a large multinational enterprise, whose investments potentially confer positive spillovers on national firms. The firm contributes to local welfare ...