Journal of Operations and Supply Chain Management
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This study explores possible new drivers that may be integrated into the decision-making models for establishing the location of subsidiaries. More precisely, it seeks to answer the following research question: "Does the degree of responsiveness in the supply chain influence decisions regarding decisions the location of multinational subsidiaries?" Based on the theoretical approaches of the Uppsala School, the Eclectic and RBV, this research in the case of a large multinational agribusiness sector, aiming to explore the recent decision-drivers for the location of new subsidiaries and the influence of the current competitive market in this context.
Originally published by FGV´s Sao Paulo School of Business Administration (EAESP) under a Creative Commons 4.0 in Journal of Operations and Supply Chain Management, 2017, Volume 6, Issue 1, 26 - 41. DOI: 10.12660/joscmv6n1p26-41.
Tavares, Ronald; Villar, Cristiane Biazzin; and Siegler, Jane, "Responsiveness in the supply chain: a possible decision-driver for location of new subsidiaries?" (2013). Scholarship and Professional Work - Business. 306.