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Integration vs. outsourcing in industry equilibrium

Gene M. Grossman

Integration vs. outsourcing in industry equilibrium

by Gene M. Grossman

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Published by Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs in [Princeton, NJ] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Vertical integration -- Econometric models.,
  • Contracting out -- Econometric models.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Gene M. Grossman and Elhanan Helpman.
    SeriesDiscussion papers in economics / Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs ;, #212, Discussion papers in economics (Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs : Online) ;, no. 212.
    ContributionsHelpman, Elhanan., Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHB1
    The Physical Object
    FormatElectronic resource
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL3389278M
    LC Control Number2004615471

      Grossman, Gene and Helpman, Elhanan, ‘Integration vs. Outsourcing in Industry Equilibrium’, Quarterly Journal of Economics, , Hummels, David, Jun Ishii and Kei-Mu Yi, ‘The nature and growth of vertical specialization in world trade,’ Journal of International Economics, 54 (1): Author: Lo Chu-Ping. There is an increasing need for firms to have a sustainable competitive advantage and outsourcing is one of the most important strategic tools for firms to gain a competitive edge. On studying the literature, it is identified that there are varied theoretical perspectives of outsourcing, with cost savings not being the sole reason for firms to outsource by: 1.

    Outsourcing vs vertical integration James R. Markusen and Yiqing Xie value of the firm divided by the book value of capital. The idea is that market value reflects the value of intangible knowledge capital, while the book value tends to undervalue these assets if at all. Thus aFile Size: KB. Vertical integration to be distinguished from horizontal integration Horizontal integration is the addition of other business activities at the same level of the value chain. Horizontal integration is the process of acquiring and merging with industry comeptitiors to achieve competitive advantage that arise from a large size & scope operation.

    INTEGRATION VERSUS OUTSOURCING IN INDUSTRY EQUILIBRIUM* GENE M. GROSSMAN AND ELHANAN HELPMAN We develop an equilibrium model of industrial structure in which the orga-nization of firms is endogenous. Differentiated consumer products can be pro-duced either by vertically integrated firms or by pairs of specialized companies. Get this from a library! Outsourcing versus FDI in industry equilibrium. [Gene M Grossman; Elhanan Helpman; National Bureau of Economic Research.] -- Abstract: We study the determinants of the extent of outsourcing and of direct foreign investment in an industry in which producers need specialized components. Potential suppliers must make a.


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Differentiated consumer products can be produced either by vertically integrated firms or by pairs of specialized companies. Production of each variety of consumer good requires a specialized by: Integration vs. Outsourcing in Industry Equilibrium We develop an equilibrium model of industrial structure in which the organization of firms is endogenous.

Differentiated consumer products can be produced either by vertically integrated firms or by pairs of specialized companies. We develop an equilibrium model of industrial structure in which the organization of firms is endogenous.

Differentiated consumer products can be produced either by vertically integrated firms or by pairs of specialized companies. Production of each variety of consumer good requires a unique, specialized by: We develop an equilibrium model of industrial structure in which the organization of firms is endogenous.

Differentiated consumer products can be produced either by vertically integrated firms or by pairs of specialized companies. Production of each variety of consumer good requires a unique, specialized component. Vertically integrated firms. Integration vs. Outsourcing in Industry Equilibrium.

Gene Grossman and Elhanan Helpman. NoCESifo Working Paper Series from CESifo Group Munich Abstract: We develop an equilibrium model of industrial structure in which the organization of firms is endogenous.

Differentiated consumer products can be produced either by vertically integrated firms or by pairs of specialized by: Integration versus Outsourcing in Industry Equilibrium. Gene M. Grossman and Elhanan Helpman. The Quarterly Journal of Economics,vol. issue 1, Abstract: We develop an equilibrium model of industrial structure in which the organization of firms is endogenous.

Differentiated consumer products can be produced either by vertically integrated firms or by pairs of specialized Cited by: Integration versus Outsourcing in Stable Industry Equilibrium with Communication Networks. Discussion Papers No by OKAMOTO Yusuke. March ABSTRACT For the selection of a firm's structure between vertical integration and arm's-length outsourcing, the importance of the thickness of the market had been emphasized in the previous.

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Production of each variety of consumer good requires a specialized component. MakeandBuy: Outsourcing,VerticalIntegration,andCostReduction non-integration is never an equilibrium market structure although it always is socially optimal. In contrast, in our model non-integration need not be socially optimal and can be an equilibrium outcome regardless of whether it is, depending on the competitiveness File Size: KB.

We study the determinants of the extent of outsourcing and of direct foreign investment in an industry in which producers need specialized components. Potential suppliers must make a relationship‐specific investment in order to serve each prospective customer.

Such Cited by: ¾ Bahmani‐Oskooee(, ) introduced and tested a trade balance model and observed that the real depreciation has neither short‐run nor long‐run effects.

integration must produce input components by themselves in the North. Based on the basic model developed in section 2 and 3, we examine several potential determinants of the scale ratio of vertical integration to foreign outsourcing in section 4. The industry equilibrium takes account of the effects of.

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While vertical integration offers many advantages, the process is time-consuming and expensive in practice, and outsourcing can also provide a competitive advantage for a business. ECONOMIES OF SCOPE IN INDUSTRY EQUILIBRIUM: VERTICAL INTEGRATION VS.

OUTSOURCING Deficiencies in existing theories used to explain outsourcing activities, often stem from the fact that the underlying incentives and constraints are far more complex than what these theories presume.

this paper examines the equilibrium mode of organization Author: Rajarshi Mitra. Outsourcing versus Vertical Integration: A Dynamic Model of Industry Equilibrium. 1 RomÆn Fossati2 Department of Economics University of Bristol September Abstract: Empirical evidence shows that vertically integrated producers are more productive, bigger and are matched to better suppliers (with high productivity and size).

Vertical Integration Versus Outsourcing: A Knowledge-Based Reconciliation Multiple theories have examined the motivations and antecedents of vertical integration. Structural contingency theory (Thompson, ) and resource dependence theory (Pfeffer & Salancik, ) assert that the firm adopts vertical integration strategyFile Size: 31KB.

Grossman, G., and E. Helpman () ‘Integration vs. outsourcing in industry equilibrium’, Quarterly Journal of Economics85– CrossRef Google Scholar Grubel, H.G., and P.J. Lloyd () Intra-Industry Trade: The Theory of Measurement of International Trade in Differentiated by: 6. CiteSeerX - Document Details (Isaac Councill, Lee Giles, Pradeep Teregowda): Deficiencies in existing theories used to explain outsourcing activities, often stem from the fact that the underlying incentives and constraints are far more complex than what these theories presume.

At the theoretical level, hardly any attempt has been made to model economies of scope when the organization of firms. Outsourcing, vertical integration, Lemma 3 states that the form of retail competition (Bertrand vs.

Cournot) does not affect the cost structures of the retail competitors under vertical separation in the present setting. Hence, the standard welfare comparisons emerge if the retail rivals procure inputs from an independent wholesale producer Cited by: Outsourcing Versus FDI in Industry Equilibrium.

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Issued in November NBER Program(s):Industrial Organization, International Trade and Investment, Productivity, Innovation, and Entrepreneurship We study the determinants of the extent of outsourcing and of direct foreign investment in an industry in which .