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Familiarity Breeds Investment: Migrant Networks and Cross-Border Capital
Unformatted Document Text:  28 Guiso, L., Sapienza, P., & Zingales, L. (2005). Cultural Biases in Economic Exchange. University of Chicago. Hau, H. (2001). Location Matters: An Examination of Trading Profits . Journal of Finance, 56, 1959- 1983. Head, K., & Reis, J. (1998). Immigration and Trade Creation: Econometric Evidence from Canada. Canadian Journal of Economics, 31(1), 47-62. Henisz, W. J. (2000). The Institutional Environment for Multinational Investment. Journal of Law, Economics and ORganization, 16(2), 334-64. Javorcik, B., Ozden, C., Spatareanu, M., & Neagu, C. (2006). Migrant Networks and Foreign Direct Investment. Washington, DC: The World Bank. Jensen, N. (2003). Democratic Governance and Multinational Corporations: Political Regimes and Inflows of Foreign Direct Investment. International Organization, 57(3), 587-616. Kang, J., & Stulz, R. (1997). Why is there a Home Bias? An ANalysis of Foreign Portfolio Equity Ownership in Japan. Journal of Financial Economics, 46, 3-28. Kapur, D. (2001). Diasporas and Technology Transfer. Journal of Human Development, 2(2), 265-286. Kapur, D., & McHale, J. (2006). Give Us Your Best and Brightest: The Global Hunt for Talent and its Impact on the Developing World. Washington, DC: Center for Global Development. Keck, M. E., & Sikkink, K. (1998). Activists beyond borders : advocacy networks in international politics. Ithaca, N.Y.: Cornell University Press. Keohane, R. O., & Nye, J. S. (1974). Transgovernmental Relations and International Organizatons. World Politics, 1, 39-42. King, G., Tomz, M., & Wittenberg, J. (2000). Making the Most of Statistical Analysis: Improving Interpretation and Presentation. American Journal of Political Science, 44(2), 347-61. Kleiman, E. (1996). Jewish and Palestinian Diaspora Attitudes to Philanthropy and Investment. Tel Aviv: Hebrew University Press. Lane, P. R. (2005). Global Bond Portfolios and EMU. University of Dublin. Lane, P. R., & Milesi-Ferretti, G. M. (2004). International Investment Patterns. Washington, DC: International Monetary Fund. Leblang, D., Fitzgerald, Jennifer, & Teets, Jessica. (2007). Defying the Law of Gravity: The Political Economy of International Migration. Department of Political Science, University of Colorado. Leuth, E., & Ruiz-Arranz. (2006). A Gravity Model of Workers' Remittances. Washington, DC: International Monetary Fund. Lewis, K. (1999). Trying to Explain Home Bias in Equities and Consumption. Journal of Economic Literature, 37, 571-608.

Authors: Leblang, David.
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Guiso, L., Sapienza, P., & Zingales, L. (2005). Cultural Biases in Economic Exchange. University of
Chicago.

Hau, H. (2001). Location Matters: An Examination of Trading Profits . Journal of Finance, 56, 1959-
1983.

Head, K., & Reis, J. (1998). Immigration and Trade Creation: Econometric Evidence from Canada.
Canadian Journal of Economics, 31(1), 47-62.

Henisz, W. J. (2000). The Institutional Environment for Multinational Investment. Journal of Law,
Economics and ORganization, 16(2), 334-64.
Javorcik, B., Ozden, C., Spatareanu, M., & Neagu, C. (2006). Migrant Networks and Foreign Direct
Investment. Washington, DC: The World Bank.

Jensen, N. (2003). Democratic Governance and Multinational Corporations: Political Regimes and
Inflows of Foreign Direct Investment. International Organization, 57(3), 587-616.

Kang, J., & Stulz, R. (1997). Why is there a Home Bias? An ANalysis of Foreign Portfolio Equity
Ownership in Japan. Journal of Financial Economics, 46, 3-28.

Kapur, D. (2001). Diasporas and Technology Transfer. Journal of Human Development, 2(2), 265-286.

Kapur, D., & McHale, J. (2006). Give Us Your Best and Brightest: The Global Hunt for Talent and its Impact
on the Developing World. Washington, DC: Center for Global Development.

Keck, M. E., & Sikkink, K. (1998). Activists beyond borders : advocacy networks in international politics. Ithaca,
N.Y.: Cornell University Press.

Keohane, R. O., & Nye, J. S. (1974). Transgovernmental Relations and International Organizatons.
World Politics, 1, 39-42.

King, G., Tomz, M., & Wittenberg, J. (2000). Making the Most of Statistical Analysis: Improving
Interpretation and Presentation. American Journal of Political Science, 44(2), 347-61.

Kleiman, E. (1996). Jewish and Palestinian Diaspora Attitudes to Philanthropy and Investment. Tel Aviv:
Hebrew University Press.

Lane, P. R. (2005). Global Bond Portfolios and EMU. University of Dublin.

Lane, P. R., & Milesi-Ferretti, G. M. (2004). International Investment Patterns. Washington, DC:
International Monetary Fund.

Leblang, D., Fitzgerald, Jennifer, & Teets, Jessica. (2007). Defying the Law of Gravity: The Political
Economy of International Migration. Department of Political Science, University of Colorado.

Leuth, E., & Ruiz-Arranz. (2006). A Gravity Model of Workers' Remittances. Washington, DC:
International Monetary Fund.

Lewis, K. (1999). Trying to Explain Home Bias in Equities and Consumption. Journal of Economic
Literature, 37, 571-608.


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