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- KurzbeschreibungFrom an economic standpoint, the enlargement of the <br>European Union means much more than commercial and <br>political integration. It also means a merger and re-<br>working of pre-existing production networks and <br>structures, dating back to the 1970s and 1980s. This <br>work focuses on a more recent case of such expansion <br>of networks and structures: the outsourcing of <br>clothing and textile industries from industrial <br>districts in Italy to Eastern Europe. It builds upon <br>examples from four case study areas in Eastern <br>Europe and the Former Soviet Union. It shows how <br>Italian firms progressed from a light form of <br>involvement, such as subcontracting, <br>towards deeper involvement, such as joint ventures <br>and foreign direct investments. In doing so, it <br>argues that the enlargement of the European Union <br>has shaped the patterns of Italian investments. <br>Comparing the work of Italian textile and clothing <br>firms in areas that joined the EU in 2004 <br>(Slovakia), 2007 (Romania and Bulgaria) and non <br>candidates for EU membership (Ukraine) this research <br>shows the ways in which institutional change <br>influenced the patterns and strategies of Italian <br>investments in the region.
- AutorChristian Sellar
- Seiten280 Seiten
- Gewicht433 g
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