Also, one is seeing that some vertical disintegration
of the service components of manufacturing, automation and robots have in-effect resulted in a far greater (proportionate) loss of jobs in the manufacturing domain.
Recent scholarship highlights the prevalence in high-technology industries of vertical disintegration
, in which separate entities along a value chain transfer knowledge-intensive assets between them.
between transportation, distribution, storage, trading and end users: Parties engaged in transportation by pipeline and storage of hydrocarbons will not be able to sell hydrocarbons, LP gas, petroleum by-products and petrochemicals transported or stored in their systems, except when sale is necessary to resolve "an operational emergency, force majeure or act of God."
In sections on vigorous entry, environment, and low prices, they consider such topics as the "make or buy" decision and supply-chain governance, television and air conditioning product innovation under vertical disintegration
, the role of policy and markets in the wind turbine industry's catch-up process, foreign technology introduction and market entry, and pricing reforms and the end of low energy prices.
" 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 1.7 million employees." While Chinese authorities do possess considerable advantages in working with a government that is less prone to populist concerns or land acquisition problems, other efficient measures from eliminating cross- subsidies to staff cuts and shedding of extraneous operations have allowed Chinese Railways to grow almost exponentially.
Leyshon pointed to a 'vertical disintegration
' of the business, a destruction of the sector's core functions.
There are two different ways to organize the production of the improvement: the pioneer may develop an improved product in-house (vertical integration) or it may set up a separate firm, an "outsourcee", to do the job (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.
One strategy was to concentrate their activities in "core competencies" (vertical disintegration
), creating an opportunity for some skilled workers to create their own small startup companies.
This suggests that the growth of operating leases over time is an additional aspect of the vertical disintegration