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URN etd-0827113-135101 Statistics This thesis had been viewed 1097 times. Download 0 times. Author Yong-lin Guo Author's Email Address No Public. Department Management Business Administration Year 2012 Semester 2 Degree Master Type of Document Master's Thesis Language Chinese&English Page Count 110 Title Foreign Direct Investment and Intellectual Property Rights Policy Keyword IPR policy FDI competition policy competition policy FDI IPR policy Abstract The study investigates the relationships between IPR policy and MNE’s location choices. When two governments attract the MNE to invest in their country, they will compete by IPR policy. In addition, how two local country’s governments affect the MNE’s location decision by IPR policy and competitive equilibrium under two investment county’s IPR policies.The model considers two host countries with asymmetric market size, and each host country has a local firm. The MNE’s technologies are better than local firm, so its production cost is lower than local firm. According to local country’s IPR policy and transportation cost, the MNE will determine their location choices.The study finds that when local country’s IPR policy is very low, the willingness of the MNE invests in this country will reduce. Therefore, the government should implement stringent IPR policy to attract the MNE invest in their country. When two governments are competing to attract the MNE by IPR policy, they will raise the level of IPR protection. However, large country’s market size is bigger than small country, therefore large country’s government will implement more strict IPR policy than small country, and they will be successful to attract MNE investing in large country. If two local countries’ IPR policies are the same, the MNE will prefer invest in large country, so large country’s government can implement looser IPR policy than small country’s IPR policy. Advisor Committee Chia-chi Wang - advisor
Files Date of Defense 2013-06-24 Date of Submission 2013-08-27