Regulation and the Location Decision of the Offshore Firm

Author(s): Moore, Winston (2006)

Created 01 Jan, 2006
Categories Working Papers
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Regulation is viewed as a major factor in the location decision of offshore firms. This study examines the location selection of these firms within a dynamic game-theoretic framework, where the firm first chooses its location, the jurisdiction sets it regulatory burden and then the firm makes it output and profit decisions.

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