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This paper investigates the geography of multinational corporations' investments in the EU regions. The 'traditional' sources of location advantages (i.e. agglomeration economies, market access and labour market conditions) are considered together with innovation and socio-institutional drivers of investments, captured by means of regional "social filter" conditions. The introduction of a wider set of attraction factors makes is possible to empirically assess the different role played by suchdoi:10.2139/ssrn.2175836 fatcat:s3kvyentzjhvtmrkrlnhru6pdq