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Article

Henry, Michael; Kneller, Richard and Milner, Chris (2009). Trade, technology transfer and national efficiency in developing countries. European Economic Review, 53 (2), pp. 237-254.

Görg, Holger; Henry, Michael and Strobl, Eric (2008). Grant support and exporting activity. Review of economics and statistics, 90 (1), pp. 168-174.

Görg, Holger; Henry, Michael; Strobl, Eric and Walsh, Frank Multinational companies, backward linkages, and labour demand elasticities. Canadian Journal of Economics, 42 (1), pp. 332-348.

Book Section

Driffield, Nigel L.; Henry, Michael and Love, James H. (2008). Trade, technology transfer, and productivity spillovers. IN: Potential growth and potentials for growth in Europe. Jüssen, Falko; Meister, Christoph; Stierle, Michael H. and van Hove, Jan (eds) Infer research perspectives, 4 . Berlin (DE): LIT.

Monograph

Driffield, Nigel L.; Love, Jim; Añón Higón, Dolores; Du, Jun; Henry, Michael and Temouri, Yama (2009). Growing inward and indigenous investment. Project Report. Manchester Independent Economic Review, Manchester (UK).

Driffield, Nigel L.; Henry, Michael and Love, James H. (2007). Technology flows, outsourcing and productivity:an analysis of UK trade and FDI. Working Paper. Aston University.

Driffield, Nigel L.; Henry, Michael and Love, James H. Technology flows, outsourcing and productivity:an analysis of UK trade and FDI. Working Paper. Aston University, Birmingham (UK).

Conference or Workshop Item

Driffield, Nigel and Henry, Michael (2006). FDI and technology diffusion in developing countries:the role of human capital and institutions. IN: 9th international EUNIP conference. 2006-06-20 - 2006-06-22.

Driffield, Nigel L.; Henry, Michael and Love, James H. Technology flows, outsourcing and productivity:an analysis of UK trade and FDI. IN: 9th international EUNIP conference. 2006-06-20 - 2006-06-22.

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