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INTRODUCTION Market forces that give rise to continual intra-industry producer turnover has recently been modeled in the literature of industry dynamics1 . These models allow for industry equilibriums that involve …rm turnover with simultaneous ‡ows of entry and exit, and the presence of heterogeneous …rms in terms of their e¢ciency. They are based in two main features: producers are assumed uncertain about their relative e¢ciency before entering the market, and entry and/or exit entail producers to incur .

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. by Diego Avilés, student of MSc in Engineering, Universidad Católica de Chile, as part of the BIT-Chile project (Fondecyt N.

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Eduardo Levy-Yeyati Ugo Panizza Ernesto Stein* January 18, 2002 (This version December 19, 2002) Abstract In this paper, we examine how the business and interest rate cycles in developed countries affects FDI to developing countries. After aggregating flows into three big source areas (the U.S., Europe and Japan), we find FDI flows to be countercyclical with respect to both output and interest rate cycles in the first two, whereas in Japan they display either no cyclical behavior or mild procyclical .

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centro de investigación en finanzas
Eduardo Levy-Yeyati Ugo Panizza Ernesto Stein* January 18, 2002 (This version December 19, 2002) Abstract In this paper, we examine how the business and interest rate cycles in developed countries affects FDI to developing countries. After aggregating flows into three big source areas (the U.S., Europe and Japan), we find FDI flows to be countercyclical with respect to both output and interest rate cycles in the first two, whereas in Japan they display either no cyclical behavior or mild procyclical .

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