Professor Willcocks and Professor Lacity examine the economic determinants and outcomes of outsourcing and offshoring at both the firm and country levels. This comprehensive overview of the topic offers an interdisciplinary perspective, covering the empirical and theoretical research of economists as well as researchers from other disciplines, most notably business strategy, information systems and international business.
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A Key Driver of Growth and International Competitiveness?
The Political Economy of Aerospace Industries will appeal to undergraduate and graduate students in industrial and defence economics, public choice and policy courses. It will also be of interest to researchers, policy-makers and those involved in the industry in various different capacities.
Edited by Hartmut Hirsch-Kreinsen and Isabel Schwinge
This book contributes to the discussion about the relevance of knowledge-intensive entrepreneurship for industrial innovation in the context of traditional low-technology industries.
Brian R. Copeland
This research review brings together a selection of recent articles by leading scholars on the economics of international trade and the environment. The review assembles key papers published between 2000 and 2013 that investigate the major themes in the field including the effects of globalization on environmental outcomes, the effects of environmental policy on international competitiveness, evidence on the pollution haven hypothesis, effects of trade on the sustainability of renewable resources, interaction between trade policy and environmental policy and trade and climate change.