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Rising political skepticism on the benefits of global economic integration has increased public scrutiny of the foreign activities of domestic firms in virtually all advanced economies. Decisions to invest in new activities abroad are seen by some commentators as potentially detrimental to domestic employment. We contribute to this debate by scrutinizing the relationship between outward 'greenfield' Foreign Direct Investments (FDI) and local employment levels. The analysis, at the scale of USAdoi:10.1093/jeg/lbab016 fatcat:mth2inocjnc6fcdjrgcc3oqrbq