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  • White Papers // Mar 2009

    Outsourcing Markets In Services: International Business Trends, Patterns And Emerging Issues

    The global context and estimates of the market for outsourcing, within the framework of multinational enterprises foreign direct investment, are reviewed. The examination of geoeconomic spatiality of international involvement of multinational enterprises, including outsourcing, shows stark gravitational asymmetries with the Triad economies of North America, European Union and Japan as...

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  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Human Resource Management And Learning Based On In-House R&D: The Pharmaceutical Industry In Mexico

    This paper investigates the influence of human resource management practices on the likelihood that a firm performs in-house Research and Development (R&D). The latter is broadly interpreted as learning?a mechanism to promote the absorptive capacity and supporting technology capability-building in latecomer firms. The use of distinct definitions of R&D implies...

    Provided By United Nations Industrial Development Organization

  • White Papers // Mar 2009

    Outsourcing Markets In Services: International Business Trends, Patterns And Emerging Issues

    The global context and estimates of the market for outsourcing, within the framework of multinational enterprises foreign direct investment, are reviewed. The examination of geoeconomic spatiality of international involvement of multinational enterprises, including outsourcing, shows stark gravitational asymmetries with the Triad economies of North America, European Union and Japan as...

    Provided By United Nations Industrial Development Organization

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Human Resource Management And Learning Based On In-House R&D: The Pharmaceutical Industry In Mexico

    This paper investigates the influence of human resource management practices on the likelihood that a firm performs in-house Research and Development (R&D). The latter is broadly interpreted as learning?a mechanism to promote the absorptive capacity and supporting technology capability-building in latecomer firms. The use of distinct definitions of R&D implies...

    Provided By United Nations Industrial Development Organization