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Global Supply Chain Management

Edited by Masaaki Kotabe, Washburn Chair Professor of International Business and Marketing and Director of Research, Institute of Global Management Studies, Temple University, US and Michael J. Mol, Department of Strategic Management and Globalization Copenhagen Business School, Denmark
Global Supply Chain Management brings together in two authoritative volumes the best and most interesting academic work on global supply chain management from international business and international management, marketing, strategic management, operations management, purchasing and supply management, and economics.
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Extent: 1,040 pp
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Publication Date: 2006
ISBN: 978 1 84542 131 1
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  • Business and Management
  • International Business
  • Operations Management
  • Economics and Finance
  • International Economics
Global Supply Chain Management brings together in two authoritative volumes the best and most interesting academic work on global supply chain management from international business and international management, marketing, strategic management, operations management, purchasing and supply management, and economics.

It includes the various theories, levels of analysis, concepts, and empirical trends that have come to shape our understanding of this recently emerged area of research. The questions it answers include ‘In what way do buyer-supplier relations differ across countries’, ‘What are the consequences of offshore sourcing for firms, industries, and countries’, ‘How should firms manage cultural differences between themselves and their suppliers’, and ‘How can firms use global SCM to improve their performance’.

This book will be an invaluable resource to any academic researcher or student with an interest in global SCM, but is also accessible enough and useful for practitioners who deal with this topic at a strategic or tactical level.
‘The global supply chain has become a vital part of a firm’s value chain, especially with the increase of internal outsourcing in recent years. This volume explores the many dimensions of managing the global supply chains common in multinational firms today. It makes important contributions to the scholarly literature as well as to practice in this critical area of business. This volume is a must read for aspiring and established scholars and thoughtful executives.’
– Michael A. Hitt, Texas A&M University, College Station, US

‘Global Supply Chain Management presents innovative strategies and best practices for improving global supply chain performance. It offers excellent opportunity to understand and develop strategy for global supply chain integration across company and supply base. A highly relevant and insightful book.’
– Subhash Jain, University of Connecticut, US
46 articles, dating from 1974 to 2004
Contributors include: P. Buckley, J. Dunning, J. Dyer, R. Feenstra, G. Grossman, R. Handfield, S. Lall, J. Murray, S. Rangan, M. Sako
Contents:
Volume I
Acknowledgements
Introduction Masaaki Kotabe and Michael J. Mol
PART I GOING GLOBAL
1. Richard W. Moxon (1975), ‘The Motivation for Investment in Offshore Plants: The Case of the U.S. Electronics Industry’
2. Sanjaya Lall (1978), ‘The Pattern of Intra-firm Exports by U.S. Multinationals’
3. Masaaki Kotabe and Glenn S. Omura (1989), ‘Sourcing Strategies of European and Japanese Multinationals: A Comparison’
4. David Levy and John H. Dunning (1993), ‘International Production and Sourcing: Trends and Issues’
5. John McLaren (2000), ‘“Globalization” and Vertical Structure’
6. Hong Y. Park (2000), ‘Foreign Direct Investment and Global Sourcing Choices of Firms in the US’
7. Subramanian Rangan (2000), ‘Search and Deliberation in International Exchange: Microfoundations to Some Macro Patterns’
8. Gene M. Grossman and Elhanan Helpman (2002), ‘Outsourcing in a Global Economy’
9. Omar N. Toulan (2002), ‘The Impact of Market Liberalization on Vertical Scope: The Case of Argentina’
10. Jörn Kleinert (2003), ‘Growing Trade in Intermediate Goods: Outsourcing, Global Sourcing, or Increasing Importance of MNE Networks?’
PART II NO PLACE LIKE HOME?
11. Marvin Berkowitz and Krishna Mohan (1987), ‘The Role of Global Procurement in the Value Chain of Japanese Steel’
12. Martin Kenney and Richard Florida (1995), ‘The Transfer of Japanese Management Styles in Two US Transplant Industries: Autos and Electronics’
13. Robert C. Feenstra (1998), ‘Integration of Trade and Disintegration of Production in the Global Economy’
14. Peter Gibbon (2002), ‘At the Cutting Edge? Financialisation and UK Clothing Retailers’ Global Sourcing Patterns and Practices’
PART III HOW TO SOURCE GLOBALLY
15. Nathaniel H. Leff (1974), ‘International Sourcing Strategy’
16. Peter J. Buckley and R.D. Pearce (1979), ‘Overseas Production and Exporting by the World’s Largest Enterprises: A Study in Sourcing Policy’
17. William H. Davidson (1982), ‘Sourcing Strategy’
18. Mark Casson (1985), ‘Multinationals and Intermediate Product Trade’
19. S. Tamer Cavusgil, Attila Yaprak and Poh-Lin Yeoh (1993), ‘A Decision-making Framework for Global Sourcing’
20. Paul M. Swamidass and Masaaki Kotabe (1993), ‘Component Sourcing Strategies of Multinationals: An Empirical Study of European and Japanese Multinationals’
21. Robert B. Handfield (1994), ‘US Global Sourcing: Patterns of Development’
22. Masaaki Kotabe and K. Scott Swan (1994), ‘Offshore Sourcing: Reaction, Maturation, and Consolidation of U.S. Multinationals’
23. Cecil Bozarth, Robert Handfield and Ajay Das (1998), ‘Stages of Global Sourcing Strategy Evolution: An Exploratory Study’
24. Leonidas C. Leonidou (1999), ‘Barriers to International Purchasing: The Relevance of Firm Characteristics’
25. Walter W.C. Chung, Anthony Y.K. Yam and Michael F.S. Chan (2004), ‘Networked Enterprise: A New Business Model for Global Sourcing’
26. Michael J. Mol, Pieter Pauwels, Paul Matthyssens and Lieven Quintens (2004), ‘A Technological Contingency Perspective on the Depth and Scope of International Outsourcing’
Name Index

Volume II
Acknowledgements
An introduction by the editors to both volumes appears in Volume I
PART I COSTS AND BENEFITS
1. U. Arnold (1989), ‘Global Sourcing – An Indispensable Element in Worldwide Competition’
2. Jerome Witt and C.P. Rao (1992), ‘The Impact of Global Sourcing on Consumers: Country-of-Origin Effects on Perceived Risk’
3. David L. Levy (1995), ‘International Sourcing and Supply Chain Stability’
4. Janet Y. Murray, Masaaki Kotabe and Albert R. Wildt (1995), ‘Strategic and Financial Performance Implications of Global Sourcing Strategy: A Contingency Analysis’
5. Janet Y. Murray and Masaaki Kotabe (1999), ‘Sourcing Strategies of U.S. Service Companies: A Modified Transaction-cost Analysis’
6. Jinsook Cho and Jikyeong Kang (2001), ‘Benefits and Challenges of Global Sourcing: Perceptions of US Apparel Retail Firms’
7. A. Coskun Samli and John M. Browning (2003), ‘Developing Competitive Advantage: International Sourcing As a Strategic Tool’
8. Amy Z. Zeng and Christian Rossetti (2003), ‘Developing a Framework for Evaluating the Logistics Costs in Global Sourcing Processes. An Implementation and Insights’
PART II SYSTEMS OF SUPPLIER RELATIONS
9. Christel Lane and Reinhard Bachmann (1996), ‘The Social Constitution of Trust: Supplier Relations in Britain and Germany’
10. Jeffrey K. Liker, Rajan R. Kamath, S. Nazli Wasti and Mitsuo Nagamachi (1996), ‘Supplier Involvement in Automotive Component Design: Are There Really Large US Japan Differences?’
11. Mari Sako and Susan Helper (1998), ‘Determinants of Trust in Supplier Relations: Evidence from the Automotive Industry in Japan and the United States’
12. Sven A. Haugland (1998), ‘The Cultural Dimension of International Buyer-Seller Relationships’
13. Poul Houman Andersen (1999), ‘Organizing International Technological Collaboration in Subcontractor Relationships: An Investigation of the Knowledge-Stickiness Problem’
14. Craig R. Carter (2000), ‘Ethical Issues in International Buyer-Supplier Relationships: A Dyadic Examination’
15. Jeffrey H. Dyer and Wujin Chu (2000), ‘The Determinants of Trust in Supplier-Automaker Relationships in the U.S., Japan, and Korea’
PART III THE BEST PERFORMERS
16. James Richardson (1993), ‘Parallel Sourcing and Supplier Performance in the Japanese Automobile Industry’
17. Masaaki Kotabe (1998), ‘Efficiency vs. Effectiveness Orientation of Global Sourcing Strategy: A Comparison of U.S. and Japanese Multinational Companies’
18. Otto Andersen and Arnt Buvik (2001), ‘Inter-firm Co-ordination: International Versus Domestic Buyer-Seller Relationships’
19. Janet Y. Murray (2001), ‘Strategic Alliance-Based Global Sourcing Strategy for Competitive Advantage: A Conceptual Framework and Research Propositions’
20. Masaaki Kotabe, Xavier Martin and Hiroshi Domoto (2003), ‘Gaining from Vertical Partnerships: Knowledge Transfer, Relationship Duration, and Supplier Performance Improvement in the U.S. and Japanese Automotive Industries’
Name Index