Developing Countries and Multinational Corporations

Effects on Host Countries' Welfare and the Role of Government Policy

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Costs and Benefits of MNCs to Developing Countries

We started this paper by remarking on the inherent difficulties of assessing the general implications of a social phenomenon as important as the modern multinational firm. Not only are its effects numerous and sometimes unquantiable, they are also not strictly ‘economic’ and are subject to wide differences in interpretation. This is not, however, the end of the problem.


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