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    Title: 全球化對產業產出水準的影響 : 臺灣地區紡織產業
    Other Titles: The impact of globalization on industrial output : the case of textile industry in Taiwan
    Authors: 蔡進宏;Cai, Jin-Hong
    Contributors: 淡江大學國際企業學系碩士在職專班
    Keywords: 全球化;融通變數;外資變數;Globalization;intermediation variables;foreign variables
    Date: 2012
    Issue Date: 2013-04-13 10:53:33 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 論文名稱:全球化對產業產出水準的影響:台灣地區紡織產業 頁數:67

    畢業時間及提要別:100學年度第2學期 碩士學位論文題要
    研究生:蔡進宏 指導教授:賈昭南 博士



    Title of Thesis:The impact of globalization on industrial output: The case of Textile Industry in Taiwan Total pages 67

    Key word:globalization;intermediation variables;foreign variables
    Name of Institute:Master’S Program, Department Of International Business, Tamkang University
    Graduate date:June, 2012 Degree conferred:Master
    Name of student:Jin-Hong Cai Advisor:Dr. Chao-Nan Chia
    蔡 進 宏 賈 昭 南 博士
    This thesis empirically examines the effects of domestic external environmental changes which in turn affect four types of foreign capitals inflow, on the output levels of the textile industrial in Taiwan. We examine the effects of absolute changes as well as the relative changes in domestic environments. The dependences of running the textile industry on various accommodations channels are also examined.

    Our findings are as follow. First, when the domestic environment changes in such a way that is favorable to attract foreign direct investment and stock investment in Taiwan, the domestic textile industry is benefited directly or indirectly . Second, using the net inflows as the explanatory variables, the estimated results show that the unfavorable change in domestic environment whatever the sources are the affects on the textile industry are of minor importance. Finally, no matter what happened to the domestic environment, the ability to issue new stock shares plays the most crucial role in running the textile industry.

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