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Eugene Hahn, Eugene Hahn
Management Sciences 2010 Annual Meeting   unpublished
The focus of this research is on the determinants of reverse offshoring of services; as such we will investigate what drives these finns from developing countries to offshore services.  ...  Offshore outsourcing of services accelerated at the end of 1990s in developed countries.  ...  However, to date little attention has been paid to the emergence of reverse offshoring (defined as the relocation of services provision from developing countries to other countries-both developed and developing  ... 
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Potential Offshoring: Evidence from Selected OECD Countries

Desiree Van Welsum, Xavier Reif
2005 Brookings Trade Forum  
official views of the Organisation or of the governments of its member countries.  ...  This paper draws on a larger body of work and a longer paper entitled "The share of employment potentially affected by offshoring -An empirical investigation" which will be published by the OECD.  ...  Acknowledgements We are grateful to Nigel Pain from the OECD Economics Department and Professor Ron Smith of Birkbeck College London for their help and advice in preparing this paper.  ... 
doi:10.1353/btf.2006.0025 fatcat:lucmn4kmpracrdkgywyphdguaa

Modern Services Exports from Emerging Countries—Perspectives and Opportunities

Shahbaz Nasir
2012 Pakistan Development Review  
Identification of the sources of services export growth from emerging and developing countries can be attempted through established theories of goods trade and production.  ...  Traditionally, developed countries are the major exporters of services; however, technological developments in IT and communications over the last two decades have made it possible for developing countries  ...  CONCLUSION The growth of modern services from emerging and developing countries is a new wave in the global trading system.  ... 
doi:10.30541/v51i4iipp.209-226 fatcat:k7kgzoetwfb7jbvtkijvqmdaze

Financial Globalization in Emerging Countries: Diversification vs. Offshoring

Francisco Ceballos, Tatiana Didier, Sergio L. Schmukler
2012 Social Science Research Network  
We also show that the nature of financing through both diversification and offshoring has improved for emerging countries.  ...  This paper examines two important concurrent dimensions of financial globalization relevant for emerging countries: diversification and offshoring.  ...  As the wave of financial liberalization swept the emerging world during the 1990s, financial offshoring took off, with the use of foreign markets ranging from syndicated loans to equities and bonds.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.2164064 fatcat:w5n43xgupfdsjcar42lxaphdsi

Some Alternative Catching Up Strategies for Developing Countries

Laixun Zhao
2013 The International Economy  
This paper identifies a couple recently very popular, alternative strategies for developing countries trying to catch up with rich countries.  ...  These include foreign direct investment in the forms of hosting multinationals' offshoring activities and acquisition of internationally well-known brands through cross-border mergers.  ...  wave of globalization and offshoring boom. 2) However a majority of the empirical findings on the pollution-haven effect are weak, and some even find that polluting industries tend to migrate to developed  ... 
doi:10.5652/internationaleconomy.ie2012.01.lz fatcat:ck77eby5tnbbdp3c4j7idn7m4e

The Embeddedness of Software Development in the Ukraine: An Offshoring Country Perspective

Jane Hardy, Graham Hollinshead
2011 European Planning Studies  
The empirical focus of this article is the offshoring of software development to the Ukraine, which has emerged as a new site for sophisticated IT functions.  ...  The relocation of production had taken place in a series of waves, with countries at different points in a cycle.  ... 
doi:10.1080/09654313.2011.586189 fatcat:7kzth7yf7ncr7h5uxsw7fdcirq

Multinational R&D in China: From home-country-based to host-country-based

Jian Wang, Lan Xue, Zheng Liang
2012 Innovation: Organization and Management  
Besides home-based-augmenting, home-based-exploiting, and home-based-replacing discussed in the literature, we have identified new types of host-based overseas R&D.  ...  Current research on multinational R&D assumes that main R&D is based at home country and views overseas R&D as additional to the home base.  ...  countries as an expansion of offshore manufacturing.  ... 
doi:10.5172/impp.2012.14.2.192 fatcat:xsp2zyurozcyzmuolsoyisy76e

7 Host country perspective – focus on Central and Eastern European economies [chapter]

2020 Offshoring of white-collar services  
Impact of advanced business services on CEE economies The recent flow of foreign investments into the ABS industry in the V4 countries is very different from the previous wave, which was directed into  ...  The Czech ABS industry is also characterised by a high level of foreign workers. Around 60% of employees in the industry are foreigners, both from developed and emerging economies.  ... 
doi:10.1515/9783110690668-008 fatcat:ksljinbvv5bgpkorg6owynz2ye

The Effects of Production Offshoring on R&D and Innovation in the Home Country

Bernhard Dachs, Bernd Ebersberger, Steffen Kinkel, Oliver Som
2013 Social Science Research Network  
The analysis is based on a dataset of more than 3000 manufacturing firms from seven European countries.  ...  This study investigates the effects of production offshoring on R&D and innovation activities of the firm in the home country.  ...  development, and R&D are a main source of new ideas.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.2344627 fatcat:hyf74w6hsfertgerchxc5d4rrm

The Drivers of Global Value Chain Participation: Cross-Country Analyses [chapter]

Juan S. Blyde
2014 Synchronized Factories  
the Model of Service Offshoring").  ...  Finally, section " Service Offshoring: Grasping the Intangibles " studies the determinants of service offshoring.  ...  Service Offshoring: Grasping the Intangibles Chapter 2 described the increasing trend of international fragmentation of production not only in goods but also in services.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-09991-0_3 fatcat:6ai5ngqcuzgldmm6wkc4ohcxrm

Growing Income Inequalities in Advanced Countries

Nathalie Chusseau, Michel Dumont
2012 Social Science Research Network  
A step-up in international economic integration characterised by a growing weight from developing countries in both production and trade of manufactured goods, and a transfer to the South of low-skilled  ...  Consequently, a new wave of empirical and theoretical approaches (i) have modelled and estimated the operating mechanisms of skill biased technological change, North-South trade and institutional changes  ...  two areas, the North (advanced countries) and the South (emerging countries).  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.2276420 fatcat:ijdz3gqczraopbrjjkfkui6ptq

RESHORING POLICY: CURRENT STATE AND APPROACHES OF G7 MEMBER COUNTRIES

Oleksandr Pidchosa, Andrii Buz
2020 Odessa National University Herald. Economy  
A working hypothesis of reindustrialization is proposed as an explanation of the reshoring trend and the weakening propensity to offshoring.  ...  The degree and intensity of the return of production capacities to the national economies, the motives of the G7 countries for creating peculiarly favourable business conditions in the home country, the  ...  They are trying to curb the economic growth of developing countries and, in the meantime, to reindustrialize in order to implement a new wave of trade expansion in the future. Purpose of the article.  ... 
doi:10.32782/2304-0920/1-80-8 fatcat:liy744rwtbbbrct2rmn6643lda

Emerging multinationals: outward FDI from the BRICS countries

Peter Gammeltoft
2008 International Journal of Technology and Globalisation  
the proposition of a new and qualitatively different 'third wave' of OFDI, different from the two previous waves depicted in the literature.  ...  to suggest the emergence of a third wave, which is not confined to Latin America but applies to outward investment flows from emerging and developing countries in general.  ... 
doi:10.1504/ijtg.2008.016184 fatcat:pacbo4e7dfhrtpcg6ur3j5ehuu

The effects of offshoring to low-wage countries on domestic wages: a worldwide industrial analysis

Joanna Wolszczak-Derlacz, Aleksandra Parteka
2016 Empirica  
The analysis draws on input-output data from the WIOD project, and in the panel analysed (13 manufacturing industries, 40 countries, 1995-2009) we account for up to 96 % of the international trade in manufacturing  ...  Being particularly interested in the wage effects of offshoring to low-wage countries (LWC), we use precise LWC classifications (varying across industries and time) to decompose overall offshoring by source  ...  Plot B shows that the offshoring from developed countries to LWC rose from 2.8 % of the developed countries' value added in 1995 to 8.5 % in 2009.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10663-016-9352-4 fatcat:ivpvcgfdgfbg3jiaokjayr6iu4

Global Value Chains and Wages: Multi-Country Evidence from Linked Worker-Industry Data

Aleksandra Parteka, Joanna Wolszczak-Derlacz
2018 Open Economies Review  
Exploiting a rich dataset on over 110,000 workers from nine Eastern and Western European countries and the United States, we study the relationship between individual workers' wages and industry ties into  ...  Workers employed in routine occupations clearly earn less, but it is difficult to attribute it to the role played by the involvement of their countries and industries in global value chains.  ...  Aleksandra Parteka acknowledges the hospitality of the University of California, Berkeley, and the support of Polish-U.S. Fulbright Commission.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11079-018-9518-8 fatcat:fhyjj2m4ybcnznqrt76dwe5rl4
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