Multinational Production with Non-neutral Technologies
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Codes and Data to Replicate Results in the Paper "Multinational Production with Non-neutral Technologies"
This paper develops a quantitative model of multinational production (MP) with non-neutral technologies incorporating two stylized facts observed in a global firm-level data: first, larger firms on average use more capital-intensive technologies; second, among firms producing in the same industry and country, those from more capital-abundant home countries use more capital-intensive technologies. I quantify the model using both firm-level and aggregate moments for 37 countries. I found that the reduction in MP costs accounts for 56% of the average decline in labor shares from 1996 to 2011, and the model also replicates a negative relationship between the change in a country's labor share and the change in the foreign affiliates' output share as observed in the data.
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Sun, Chang (2020), “Multinational Production with Non-neutral Technologies”, Mendeley Data, v2 http://dx.doi.org/10.17632/vm44z5nsd5.2
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