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affiliate employment affiliate-specific fixed effects affiliates in high-income affiliates located analysis Brainard and Riker column cross-elasticity with respect demand for labour demand in location different locations domestic labour demand employment in affiliates employment in different employment in high-income employment in Sweden estimated cross-elasticity exports F-tests firm level firms with affiliates fixed-effects regressions foreign direct investment group min/avg/max high-income countries high-income locations high-wage countries income locations increase industry-distributed labour costs Lipsey located in low-income low-income countries low-income locations low-wage countries marginal costs multinational firms NBER Working Paper Number of observations OECD parent firm employment point estimates Regressand Regressors relationship between employment relationship of complementarity relative factor endowments relocation of activities relocation of production reported in parentheses Results from fixed-effects sample Standard errors Statistics Sweden Stockholm substitutionary relationship Swedish MNEs Swedish multinationals Swedish wage Table trade costs associated types of locations upstream variable vertical decomposition vertically integrated wage changes wage rate