Fellow of the Academy of Social Sciences, United Kingdom
His main research concerns Foreign direct investment, Multinational corporation, International trade, Productivity and Industrial organization. His Foreign direct investment research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Globalization, Labour economics and International economics. His Labour economics study which covers Panel data that intersects with Wage, Valuation and Capital structure.
His Productivity study combines topics in areas such as Tertiary sector of the economy, Demographic economics and Investment. His study in the field of Inward investment is also linked to topics like Cluster development and Technology transfer. His Industrial organization research includes elements of Small business and Work in process.
His primary scientific interests are in Foreign direct investment, International economics, Inward investment, Labour economics and International trade. Nigel Driffield has researched Foreign direct investment in several fields, including Productivity, Developing country, Industrial organization and Investment. His International economics research includes themes of Competition, Liberalization, Maturity and Property rights.
The concepts of his Inward investment study are interwoven with issues in Economies of agglomeration and Foreign portfolio investment. His Labour economics research includes elements of Panel data and Offshoring. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Market structure, Multinational corporation and Economic geography.
Nigel Driffield focuses on Foreign direct investment, International economics, Brexit, Inward investment and International trade. The Foreign direct investment study combines topics in areas such as Labour economics, Financial crisis, Investment and Industrial organization. His research integrates issues of Reproduction and Distribution in his study of Labour economics.
He has included themes like Productivity, Internationalization and Parent company in his Industrial organization study. His International economics research incorporates themes from Developing country, Maturity and Property rights. His Inward investment research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Inflation and Currency.
His primary areas of study are Foreign direct investment, Industrial organization, Market economy, Emerging markets and Internationalization. His studies deal with areas such as Multinational corporation, Depreciation and Financial crisis as well as Foreign direct investment. His work deals with themes such as Panel data, Offshore outsourcing, Offshoring, Service and Labour economics, which intersect with Multinational corporation.
His Industrial organization study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Productivity, Marketing and Parent company. The study incorporates disciplines such as Leverage, Economies of scale, Competitive advantage and Competitor analysis in addition to Market economy. His studies examine the connections between Emerging markets and genetics, as well as such issues in Corporate governance, with regards to Convergence, Emerging market economies and Developed market.
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Does ownership structure of emerging-market firms affect their outward FDI? The case of the Indian automotive and pharmaceutical sectors
Sumon Kumar Bhaumik;Nigel Driffield;Sarmistha Pal.
Journal of International Business Studies (2010)
Linking FDI motivation and host economy productivity effects: conceptual and empirical analysis
Nigel L. Driffield;James H. Love.
Journal of International Business Studies (2007)
The Impact on Domestic Productivity of Inward Investment in the UK
The Manchester School (2001)
How does ownership structure affect capital structure and firm value?: Recent evidence from East Asia
Nigel Driffield;Vidya Mahambare;Sarmistha Pal.
Economics of Transition (2007)
Foreign direct investment, technology sourcing and reverse spillovers
Nigel L. Driffield;James H. Love.
The Manchester School (2003)
Industrial Performance, Agglomeration, and Foreign Manufacturing Investment in the UK
Nigel Driffield;Max Munday.
Journal of International Business Studies (2000)
FDI and the labour market: a review of the evidence and policy implications
Nigel Driffield;Karl Taylor.
Oxford Review of Economic Policy (2000)
The importance of clusters for spillovers from foreign direct investment and technology sourcing
Lisa De Propris;Nigel Driffield.
Cambridge Journal of Economics (2006)
Foreign Direct Investment, Transactions Linkages, and the Performance of the Domestic Sector
Nigel Driffield;Maxim C. R. Munday;Annette Roberts.
International Journal of The Economics of Business (2002)
Wage inequality and the role of multinationals: evidence from UK panel data
Karl Taylor;Nigel Driffield.
Labour Economics (2005)
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