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Estrategias de internacionalización productiva de la producción y los distritos del Véneto

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  • Giuseppe Tattara

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    (Department of Economics, University Of Venice Cà Foscari)

  • Giovanna De Giusti

    (Reading, dottorato in scienze sociali)

  • Florentina Constantin

    (Varsavia,dottorato in scienze sociali)

Abstract

Los procesos de deslocalización al extranjero de partes del proceso productivo en la industria del calzado están motivados por la búsqueda de la reducción del coste del trabajo. Las empresas del mueble se han internacionalizado para realizar un control sobre la adquisición de su materia prima, la madera. Las empresas de la refrigeración, en su avance hacia el Este, miran al mercado rumano por su potencialidad de venta, y desde éste a otros mercados. El presente trabajo retoma una serie de investigaciones basadas en el análisis de una treintena de empresas, teniendo por objeto analizar el grado de interacción entre las empresas italianas y las rumanas a lo largo de la cadena de producción, así como valorar los principales cambios sucedidos en la gestión de las cadenas globales del valor. Se dará cuenta de las discusiones acerca de los cambios en la organización de los procesos productivos y la gestión de las relaciones entre las empresas en las diversas fases de la cadena de producción. Por fin, sobre la base de estas experiancias se criticará a la teoria de las cadenas del valor propuesta por Gereffi, Humphrey y Sturgeon.

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Paper provided by Department of Economics, University of Venice "Ca' Foscari" in its series Working Papers with number 2008_15.

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Length: 44
Date of creation: 2008
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Handle: RePEc:ven:wpaper:2008_15

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Keywords: production organization; global value chains; fragmentation; internationalization; footwear; furniture; refrigeration industry Italy;

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