CR has undergone major restructuring since 1999, a vertical disintegration
that has separated non- core activities and cut CR staffing rosters by half, down to 1.
This increase in activity has sparked a debate over whether these mergers represent a general movement towards vertical integration, reversing several decades of outsourcing and vertical disintegration
(Gross, 2006; Denning, 2009).
of vertical disintegration
, or "separation," by the regulated
Although in a quite different setting, Chen (2005) considers such a strategic effect of outsourcing or vertical disintegration
Chief among the theories Krims adopts is an economic world-view known as "post-Fordism," which recognizes a global economy built upon flexible labor and production, vertical disintegration
(outsourcing), liberalized trade, the centrality of information in production, and the increased role of regional and urban specialization (p.
is the separation of a firm's vertically related businesses into independent firms.
This suggests that the growth of operating leases over time is an additional aspect of the vertical disintegration
THE MORTGAGE BANKING INDUSTRY IS ONE OF THE MOST FASCINATING EXAMPLES OF VERTICAL DISINTEGRATION
AND RECONFIGURATION IN MODERN BUSINESS HISTORY.
and the role of value networks and alliances
The purpose of this article is to discuss competitive problems caused by overintegration, and how the strategy of vertical disintegration
can be used to solve those problems and thus to restore competitive advantage.
I have seen and participated in such drive to vertical disintegration
in other industries, and I like Presto's first-mover position in that regards.
While the law has the potential to meet its aim through the separation of supply and retail, which could also mean lower prices, its downside is the fact that both wholesalers and retailers would seek increased margins in order to compensate for the efficiency losses from the vertical disintegration