English, Article edition: PRODUCTION FRAGMENTATION AND OUTSOURCING: GENERAL CONCERNS RONALD W. JONES

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  • PRODUCTION FRAGMENTATION AND OUTSOURCING: GENERAL CONCERNS
Author
  • RONALD W. JONES
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  • Globalization has its detractors as well as supporters. Concerns have been expressed about the greater ease of fragmenting the production process so that more parts can be outsourced to a variety of countries. Highly developed regions worry about the possibility of greater unemployment or lower unskilled wage rates. Less developed regions are concerned that they may not possess a comparative advantage in the service link activities that promote fragmentation. The paper discusses these issues, with special emphasis on India and China.
  • Globalization, fragmentation, outsourcing, service link activities, production blocks, hinterlands
  • RePEc:wsi:serxxx:v:53:y:2008:i:03:p:347-356
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