A Framework For Fragmentation

@inproceedings{Jones2000AFF,
  title={A Framework For Fragmentation},
  author={Ronald W. Jones and Henryk Kierzkowski},
  year={2000}
}
1. Introduction In current discussions of globalization, focus has been placed on the increased freedom of international trade in goods and services, as well as greater mobility of financial assets. However, recent patterns of globalization have exhibited a further phenomenon, viz. the role of advances in technology and lowered costs of services in fostering a fragmentation of vertically integrated production processes into separate segments that may enter international trade. The production of… CONTINUE READING

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