This report examines the long-standing commercial and cultural ties that exist between the San Francisco Bay Area and greater China.
Trade and Innovation
This ICRIER study investigates the socioeconomic impact of American investment in India and identifies the challenges faced by the American investors in India. A multi-sector survey, based on in-person interviews with key stakeholders, it has been juxtaposed with relevant secondary data to elucidate the spillovers of the direct investment by U.S. entities in India.
Investors from US and Mexico and other third-party countries will benefit from the Canada-EU trade deal when it comes to investing in Canada, according to a report by the C.D. Howe Institute.
This report assesses whether the probability of displacement is higher and income losses after displacement are greater for workers in tradable services and manufacturing than in non-tradable service sectors.
ITIF explains the difference between competitiveness, innovation and productivity in this policy memo.
This report recognizes that Swedish companies locate almost half of their R&D activity outside of Sweden; through case studies of Swedish enterprises' R&D activities in India, it draws lessons of how this impacts corporate competitiveness and innovation policy.
Benchmarking the effectiveness of the innovation policies of 55 countries - including virtually all EU, OECD, APEC and BRIC economies - and provides a framework for making effective policies.
This ICRIER report seeks to explain why advanced economies with roughly identical growth rates have widely varying factor income tax rates. To do so, it constructs a tractable endogenous growth model with production externalities in which the public capital stock augments investment specific technological change.
With comparative advantage now determined more in terms of activities or business functions than industries, this report attempts to identify, map, and analyze comparative advantages within the trade and investment areas in industries, products, and activities, with a particular focus on the Swedish economy.
To revitalize its flagging trade and productivity performance, Canada should adapt its international trade and investment policies to a world of global value chains, evolving trade and investment patterns, and deepening economic integration