The Role Multinationals Play in the U.S. Economy

The United States Council Foundation has commissioned several studies to document the essential role that multinationals play in underpinning U.S. economic growth and job creation.

The contribution to the American economy by multinationals is increasingly being called into question.  Critics claim that these companies have “abandoned”  the United States and that policy needs to rebalance their domestic and international operations.  These studies seek to document the essential role that multinationals play in underpinning U.S. economic growth and job creation.

 

American Companies and Global Supply Networks: Driving U.S. Economic Growth and Jobs by Connecting with the World
By Matthew J. Slaughter (January, 2013)
Published jointly with the Business Roundtable

 

Study: How U.S. Multinationals Strengthen the U.S. Economy
By Matthew J. Slaughter (Spring 2009)
Published jointly with the Business Roundtable

Data update (Spring 2010) http://www.uscib.org/docs/foundation_multinationals_update.pdf

 

Occasional Paper: Investment Subsidies for Cross-Border M&A: Trends and Policy Implications
By Gary Hufbauer, Thomas Moll and Luca Rubini (April 2008)
http://www.uscib.org/docs/usc_foundation_investment_subsidies.pdf

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