glass globe business. Global MarketDoes investment by U.S. corporations in foreign operations kill American manufacturing jobs? A recent article on the Tax Foundation blog explores the implications of current corporate tax reform proposals and helps debunk the commonly held belief that if a firm invests overseas, then domestic jobs are lost.

Citing research from the American Economic Journal: Economic Policy, the author asserts that foreign expansion by U.S. multinational manufacturing firms not only creates U.S. manufacturing jobs, it also increases domestic wages. The post offers a brief, easy-to-digest synopsis of the data, as well as links to comprehensive research reports and analysis for those interested in delving deeper into the subject.

A Myth Worthy of Debunking: Investment by U.S. Corporations in Foreign Operations Kills American Manufacturing Jobs