Globalization

2021. június 20. 18:35
The economics will no longer be only on labor costs, but also on working capital, velocity and inventory. Organizations will focus on moving material more swiftly and responding more quickly to costumers instead of seeking arbitrage on labor costs. I think that type of strategy has run its course and it is not going to continue – Robert Handfield, Professor of Supply Chain Management at North Carolina State University pointed out in a conversation with Lénárd Sándor, researcher of the National University of Public Service.
2021. június 4. 19:11
"What we will likely see is a longer-term supply chain shift. We have already started to see the shift of high-labor work from China to other countries such as Vietnam, India, and Mexico. I anticipate companies and countries will continue this trend; it just may not be so evident since it is more of a long-term strategy" – Lorena Mathien, associate professor of the State University of New York at Buffalo pointed out in a conversation with Lénárd Sándor, researcher at the National University of Public Service.
2021. március 29. 21:42
Corporate actors have not accumulated and wielded power – to the extent that they have – in defiance of international law or in its absence. They have done so through the deft navigation and wielding of international legal rights and norms and by aligning and embedding their interests with and within states and international organizations – Fleur Johns pointed in a conversation with Lénárd Sándor, researcher at the National University of Public Service.
2021. március 19. 22:25
The progressives are looking at supranational solutions. The conservative view opposes these supranational solutions because it sees them as pulling apart the nation state and diluting its sovereignty. The sovereignty-based approach holds that nation states are the most important actors. They should cooperate to tackle global problems but they should never cede their sovereignties to anybody else – Professor John Yoo pointed out in a conversation with Lénárd Sándor, researcher at the National University of Public Service.