United States Manufacturing
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Globalization's Winners and Losers: Challenges for Developed and Developing Countries - GeorgetownX - INFX523-01
In this video, Professor Moran discusses the US Manufacturing sector with regard to outward FDI. This will address one of this week's key questions: Within the context of developed countries, what is the impact of outward foreign direct investment? What about the globalization of research and development?Learning Objective: Describe the impact of outward Foreign Direct Investment and the globalization of Research and Development on developed countries.Learning Objective: Explain the evidence behind the truth of runaway plants and the "Great Sucking Sound".Learning Objective: Explain the dynamics of outsourcing and offshoring by multinationals and the relationship to jobs.Learning Objective: Define and differentiate offshoring and outsourcing.
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WEEK 6 - Outward FDI: Runaway Plants, or Domestic Opportunities?
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