Strategic sourcing in Africa: the case for the labor market

@inproceedings{Mayounga2021StrategicSI,
  title={Strategic sourcing in Africa: the case for the labor market},
  author={Andr{\'e} T. Mayounga},
  year={2021}
}
Purpose This paper aims to describe the impact of the labor market on the integration of Africa into the global supply chain (GSC). Design/methodology/approach The analysis of trends and comparison of data for 55 nations and territories in Africa using existing data from the World Bank and International Labor Organization, and government and nongovernment reports took place using qualitative content analysis methodology. Findings Africa’s labor market enhances the continent’s integration… 
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