Building server capabilities: Trajectories and contextual Implications

Oluseyi Adeyemi

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    Abstract

    Many western companies have moved part of their operations to China in order to take advantage of cheap resources and/or to gain access to a high potential market. Depending on motive, offshore facilities usually start either as “sales-only” of products exported by headquarters or “production-only”, exporting parts and components back to headquarter for sales in the home country. In the course of time, the role of offshore subsidiaries in a company’s operations network tends to change and, with that, the capabilities, of the subsidiaries. Focusing on Danish subsidiaries in China, the objective of this project is to identify and explain trajectories of offshore subsidiary capability development. The domain of inquiry is defined as value chain capabilities. Given the nature of this objective the chief methodology is longitudinal, partly retrospective, partly real-time, case studies.
    Original languageEnglish
    Publication date21 Sept 2013
    Number of pages10
    Publication statusPublished - 21 Sept 2013
    EventCICALICS Workshop 2013: Endogenous Innovation in a Global Dynamic Context - Foreign Expert Building, Beijing, China
    Duration: 24 Aug 201325 Aug 2013

    Workshop

    WorkshopCICALICS Workshop 2013
    LocationForeign Expert Building
    Country/TerritoryChina
    CityBeijing
    Period24/08/201325/08/2013

    Keywords

    • Subsidiaries roles, Server capabilities, MNC

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