International Supply Management Systems — The Impact of Price vs. Non‐Price Driven Motives in the United States and Germany

@inproceedings{Kaufmann2002InternationalSM,
  title={International Supply Management Systems — The Impact of Price vs. Non‐Price Driven Motives in the United States and Germany},
  author={Lutz Kaufmann and Craig R. Carter},
  year={2002}
}
SUMMARY International sourcing can represent a significant amount of an organization's costs, particularly for manufacturing concerns. Recent studies suggest that international supply management may be relatively more important to German companies than it currently is to their U.S. counterparts, and indicate that a cross-national study may lead to important insights as to why this difference might exist. For example, cultural differences between the United States and Germany may lead to… CONTINUE READING