Securing Access to Lower-cost Talent Globally: The Dynamics of Active Embedding and Field Structuration

@article{Manning2012SecuringAT,
  title={Securing Access to Lower-cost Talent Globally: The Dynamics of Active Embedding and Field Structuration},
  author={S. Manning and J. Sydow and A. Windeler},
  journal={Regional Studies},
  year={2012},
  volume={46},
  pages={1201 - 1218}
}
  • S. Manning, J. Sydow, A. Windeler
  • Published 2012
  • Economics
  • Regional Studies
  • Manning S., Sydow J. and Windeler A. Securing access to lower-cost talent globally: the dynamics of active embedding and field structuration, Regional Studies. This article examines how multinational corporations shape institutional conditions in emerging economies to secure access to high-skilled, yet lower-cost science and engineering talent. Two in-depth case studies of engineering offshoring projects of German automotive suppliers in Romania and China illustrate how multinational… CONTINUE READING
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