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Joze Damijan
Joze Damijan
University of Ljubljana / Faculty of Economics
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The role of FDI, R&D accumulation and trade in transferring technology to transition countries: evidence from firm panel data for eight transition countries
JP Damijan, M Knell, B Majcen, M Rojec
Economic systems 27 (2), 189-204, 2003
5512003
From innovation to exporting or vice versa?
JP Damijan, Č Kostevc, S Polanec
World Economy 33 (3), 374-398, 2010
4662010
Impact of firm heterogeneity on direct and spillover effects of FDI: Micro-evidence from ten transition countries
JP Damijan, M Rojec, B Majcen, M Knell
Journal of comparative economics 41 (3), 895-922, 2013
3582013
Technology transfer through FDI in top-10 transition countries: How important are direct effects, horizontal and vertical spillovers?
JP Damijan, MS Knell, B Majcen, M Rojec
Horizontal and Vertical Spillovers, 2003
3332003
Infrastructure endowment and corporate income taxes as determinants of foreign direct investment in Central and Eastern European countries
C Bellak, M Leibrecht, JP Damijan
World Economy 32 (2), 267-290, 2009
2272009
Learning-by-exporting: Continuous productivity improvements or capacity utilization effects? Evidence from Slovenian firms
JP Damijan, Č Kostevc
Review of World Economics 142, 599-614, 2006
1612006
Outward FDI and productivity: micro‐evidence from Slovenia
JP Damijan, S Polanec, J Prašnikar
World Economy 30 (1), 135-155, 2007
1462007
Self-selection, export market heterogeneity and productivity improvements: Firm level evidence from Slovenia
JP Damijan, S Polanec, J Prašnikar
LICOS Discussion paper, 2004
1342004
Learning from trade through innovation
JP Damijan, Č Kostevc
Oxford bulletin of economics and statistics 77 (3), 408-436, 2015
1042015
Foreign direct investment and the catching-up process in new EU member states: is there a flying geese pattern?
JP Damijan, M Rojec
wiiw Research Report, 2004
1042004
Import churning and export performance of multi‐product firms
JP Damijan, J Konings, S Polanec
The World Economy 37 (11), 1483-1506, 2014
872014
From innovation to exporting or vice versa? Causal link between innovation activity and exporting in Slovenian microdata
JP Damijan, Č Kostevc, S Polanec
Causal Link between Innovation Activity and Exporting in Slovenian Microdata, 2008
862008
Determinants of firm performance and growth during economic recession: The case of Central and Eastern European countries
A Burger, JP Damijan, Č Kostevc, M Rojec
Economic Systems 41 (4), 569-590, 2017
832017
Learning from trade through innovation: Causal link between imports, exports and innovation in Spanish microdata
JP Damijan, Č Kostevc
LICOS Discussion Paper, 2010
732010
How important is trade and foreign ownership in closing the technology gap? Evidence from Estonia and Slovenia
JP Damijan, M Knell
Review of World Economics 141, 271-295, 2005
692005
The impact of corruption and ownership on the performance of firms in Central and Eastern Europe
S Blagojević, JP Damijan
Post-Communist Economies 25 (2), 133-158, 2013
67*2013
Labour market polarization in advanced countries: Impact of global value chains, technology, import competition from China and labour market institutions
K Breemersch, JP Damijan, J Konings
OECD, 2017
622017
Global Supply Chains at Work in Central and Eastern European Countries: Impact of FDI on export restructuring and productivity growth
JP Damijan, Č Kostevc, M Rojec
VIVES Discussion Paper 37, 2013
562013
The impact of European integration on adjustment pattern of regional wages in transition countries: testing competitive economic geography models
JP Damijan, C Kostevc
LICOS Discussion paper, 2002
542002
The role of FDI, absorptive capacity and trade in transferring technology to transition countries: evidence from firm panel data for eight transition countries
JP Damijan, B Majcen, M Knell, M Rojec
mimeo, UN Economic Commission for Europe, Geneva, 2001
542001
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