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Seagate also supports a substantial supplier base in the United States of companies producing high value components for disk drives. The issue of employment is very sensitive to national governments. Employment in the U.S. computer hardware industry has declined steadily since the mid-1980s, while employment in U.S. overseas affiliates has grown rapidly.
While American companies retained their leadership in the computer industry, the United States was losing both production share and employment in the computer industry to Asia. Hardware production in the United States declined as a share of global production between 1985 and 1990 by 22%.
Equally important is a country’s managerial culture, which may or may not be well suited to the fast-changing, highly competitive computer industry. A country will ultimately succeed in computers to the extent that its domestic companies succeed or it is able to attract investment from successful foreign multinationals. Path Dependencies. This refers to the development [...]
Our approach explains differences in industrial performance between companies and countries primarily in terms of: The Structure of the Global Computer Production System. Both the structure and the evolution of that system are important. This includes competition, alliances, and market transactions among companies at different levels of the production chain, from silicon to systems to [...]
How, then, do we reconcile these two apparently different points of view? The answer lies not in ideological arguments over free markets versus government planning. Rather, it lies in the details. Industrial policies have been effective in the computer industry when they move in concert with market forces, and when they are aimed at developing [...]
Our view is that both market and plan perspectives offer important insights into the success of the East Asian countries in computers, but neither is sufficient. Much of the East Asian success has been the result of the actions of companies and entrepreneurs acting in a highly competitive environment with limited government intervention.
In the neoclassical view, a country’s success in a particular industry such as computers results from the actions of the private sector—companies—rather than from the targeted industrial policy of governments.
In comparing the different strategies of these countries in developing their computer industries, we seek to shed light on a central question in development economics: how can companies and countries establish and maintain a viable competitive position in a highly globalized, technologically dynamic industry?
The rapid globalization of the computer industry and the complex relationship between company and country interests raises a number of questions for both companies and countries trying to compete in computers. These can be summed up as follows:
Shortly after the earthquake and tsunami struck Japan on Friday (03/11/2011), Google immediately opened Google Person Finder service to help people keep track of the status of their relatives, friends, or colleagues in Japan to an unknown fate since the disaster.
Facebook enlarges its position to win the social media networking in mobile phone by acquiring Snaptu. We already read that Facebook to get into mobile services, among others, by putting special menu in mobile phones’ production.