A Dynamic Perspective on Next-Generation Offshoring: The Global Sourcing of Science and Engineering Talent

@article{Manning2008ADP,
  title={A Dynamic Perspective on Next-Generation Offshoring: The Global Sourcing of Science and Engineering Talent},
  author={Stephan Manning and Silvia Massini and Arie Y. Lewin},
  journal={Organizations \& Markets eJournal},
  year={2008}
}
The seemingly unlimited availability of science and engineering (S&E) talent in emerging economies and the increasing difficulties of finding such talent in advanced economies have given rise to a new trend: the global sourcing of S&E talent. This paper examines the antecedents and dynamics of this trend. In particular, it examines the coevolution of macroeconomic forces, domestic and offshore national policies, industry dynamics, and firm-level offshoring capabilities driving today’s… Expand
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