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Breaking up the Global Value Chain : Opportunities and Consequences

Breaking up the Global Value Chain : Opportunities and Consequences
Breaking up the Global Value Chain
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Opportunities and Consequences
Recent developments are challenging the traditional separation between advanced and emerging economies as host of knowledge and production-intensive activities, respectively. Authors assess whether the co-location of R&D and manufacturing is critical for development and innovation
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  • Front Cover -- Breaking up the Global Value Chain: Opportunities and Consequences -- Copyright Page -- Contents -- List of Contributors -- Acknowledgments -- Editors' Biographies -- Editors' Introduction -- Introduction -- Fragmentation of the Value Chain -- Organizational Reconfiguration -- Reshoring -- The 2017 Volume of AIM -- References -- Case Examples -- Ownership and Location in the Small Domestic Appliances Industry: The De'Longhi Case -- Introduction -- Ownership and Location Decisions in MNEs -- Research Method -- De'Longhi Case Study -- Ownership and Location Decisions in China -- Ownership and Location Decisions in Romania -- Value Chain Configuration of De'Longhi -- Discussion -- Conclusion -- Notes -- Acknowledgments -- References -- New Business Models in-the-Making in Extant MNCs: Digital Transformation in a Telco -- Introduction -- Theoretical Background -- Business Models and Business Model Innovation -- Telenor: Background and Extant Business Model -- An Overview of Telenor -- Data for Our Research -- Telenor's Current Business Model -- The Impact of the Digital Transformation at Telenor -- Defining the Digital Transformation and Key Challenges for MNCs -- Perceptions of the Digital Transformation at Telenor -- Telenor's Future DSP Business Model -- The Future Value Proposition -- Future Value Capture -- Future Value Creation -- Developing the Ways of Work to Support the Future Business Model -- Developing the Organization to Support the Future Business Model -- Discussion -- References -- Appendix -- Telenor informants -- Telenor internal documents -- Breaking up Global Value Chains: Evidence from the Global Oil and Gas Industry -- ConocoPhillips: The Decision to Break up the Global Value Chain -- The ConocoPhillips Split -- Vertical Integration Strategy: Theoretical Roots and Rationale -- The Oil and Gas Industry Value Chain
  • The Evolution of Vertical Integration in the Oil and Gas Industry -- Breaking Up the Global Value Chain in the Oil and Gas Industry -- Does Vertical Integration Make Economic Sense in Today's Oil and Gas Industry? -- Industry Cyclicality and the Drive to Counter Profit Cycles -- Shared Industry Understanding and Parenting Advantage: An Alternative View of Integration -- Related Diversification, Not Vertical Integration -- Conclusion -- Notes -- References -- Global Integration Strategies in Times of Crisis - An Event Study of the Impact the Global Financial Crisis Has on Turkish Subsidiaries' Exporting Strategies -- Introduction -- Literature Review and Hypothesis -- Methodology -- The Data on Turkey's Largest Firms -- How the Hypothesis Are Tested -- The Revolving Doors Nature of the Panel Data -- The Turkish Case as a Uniquely Situated Event Study -- Research Findings -- Choosing Panel Data Estimator -- H1. Exporting Strategies of Multinational Subsidiaries -- H2. Comparing Exporting Performance of the Largest Firms during Financial Crisis -- H3. Insourcing Strategies of Multinational Firms -- Limitations and Challenges of Using a Revolving Doors Panel -- Discussion and Conclusion -- References -- Appendix -- Organizational Forms -- Offshoring, Overshoring, and Reshoring: The Long-Term Effects of Manufacturing Decisions in the United States -- Introduction -- The Construction of the Global Value Chain -- Ideological Influences -- Unintended Costs of Offshoring -- Espana's Cost Model Components -- Overshoring -Too Much of a Good Thing -- Reshoring -- Rising Labor Costs -- Future Opportunities -- Linking Manufacturing and Product Design -- Concluding Discussion -- References -- Backshoring: Towards International Business and Economic Geography Research Agenda -- Introduction -- The Scope of Backshoring
  • Key Trends: Between Festival of Predictions and Modest Reality -- Backshoring Motivations -- BackShoring Research Methodology -- Towards a Research Agenda -- Conclusions -- References -- Tied up and Shocked: How Relational Contracting with Suppliers Constrains Global Buyers during an Economic Crisis -- Introduction -- Empirical Motivation -- Data and Methods -- Sample Data -- Dependent Variable -- Independent Variable -- Controls -- Empirical Model Specification -- Results -- Descriptive Statistics -- Logit Regression Results -- Additional Robustness Tests -- Formal Economic Model -- Introduction to the Model -- Exogenous Demand Shocks -- Equilibrium Multi-Country Sourcing Analysis -- Discussion and Conclusion -- Notes -- References -- Appendix: Alternative Payment Scheme with Penalty for Reneging -- Alternative Payment Scheme with Penalty for Reneging -- Variable Contract Enforcement -- Alternative Payment Scheme with Proportional Penalty -- Alternative Payment Scheme with Shocks -- When Suppliers in Strong Enforcement Countries Have Lower Costs -- Toward a Multi-Path Theory of Diversified International Expansion: The Case of Multinational Mobile Network Operators -- Introduction -- The Case of Mobile Network Operators -- Choice of Multinational Companies -- Multi-Path Theory of Diversified International Expansion -- Three Dynamic Propositions -- Over-Diversified Expansion -- Theoretical Reasoning -- Case Illustrations -- Improved Local Adaptation Strategies -- Case Illustrations -- Improved Global Replication Capabilities -- Theoretical Reasoning -- Case Illustrations -- Conclusions and Implications -- Notes -- References -- Consequences of Fragmenting -- The Performance Consequences of Manufacturing Outsourcing: Review and Recommendations for Future Research -- Introduction -- The Motives for Outsourcing
  • The Empirical Evidence on the Performance Consequences of Manufacturing Outsourcing -- The Dimensions of Performance -- The Unit of Analysis -- The Motives for Outsourcing -- The Measurement of Outsourcing -- The Measurement of Performance -- Estimation Methodology -- The Functional Form of the Relationship between Outsourcing and Performance -- Time Lags -- Control Variables -- Moderating Effects -- Final Comments -- Notes -- References -- Global Shift-Back's: A Strategy for Reviving Manufacturing Competences -- Introduction -- Theoretical Background -- Global Sourcing -- Toward Global Shift-backs -- Research Methodology -- Context -- The Case -- Main Findings and Discussion -- Contribution, Limitations and Further Research -- References -- Industrial District Firms Do Not Smile: Structuring the Value Chain between Local and Global -- Introduction -- Theoretical Background -- Internationalization of Industrial Districts as Manufacturing Systems -- The Value of Manufacturing in Internationalization Processes -- Methodology -- Results -- Discussion and Conclusion -- Note -- References -- Outward R&D Spillovers in the Home Country: The Role of Reverse Knowledge Transfer -- Introduction -- Conceptual Framework -- The Mandate of Foreign R&D Affiliates -- The Embeddedness of Foreign R&D Affiliates in Host Countries -- The Entry Mode of Foreign R&D Affiliates in the Host Country -- The Model -- Data and Descriptive Statistics -- Results -- Conclusion -- Notes -- References -- Appendix -- The Model -- Walking Before You Can Run: The Knowledge, Networks, and Institutions for Emerging Market SMEs -- Weak GVC Participation and Productivity for SMEs -- The Shift in GVC Policy and Its Limitations -- Cutting the Gordian Knot -- Experiential Knowledge, Networks, and Bridging Institutions -- Concluding Remarks -- Notes -- Acknowledgments -- References
  • About the Authors -- Index
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