Innovation and international trade in technology Journal of Economic Theory

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Innovation and international trade in technology Journal of Economic Theory

Research highlights

    ? Applying ICM plan to small islands requires new definition and special attention. ? ICM plan in Free

    Trade Zones (FTZ)must observe the demand for a better economy. ? A spatial-planning-oriented

    approach in ICM plans in FTZs is recommended.

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    This study examines the dynamics of channel relationships between an end user and multiple suppliers in Hong Kong, a major international logistics hub in Asia. Drawing on the literature on channel relationships, we examine the links between different channel relationship variables and the contingent effect of business uncertainty on the links between these variables and supplier commitment. The results of the study indicate that expected relationship continuity mediates the effects of trust and relationship quality on commitment. Furthermore, the positive effect of trust on commitment is found to be stronger when business uncertainty is high than when business uncertainty is low. As supply chain management is becoming essential for firms to succeed in today's business, industrial marketing managers need to be aware of the dynamics in channel relationships and to better manage their supply chains. The implications of our findings for research and for the practice of channel relationship management are provided.

Article Outline

    1. Introduction

    2. Conceptual development

    2.1. Relationship quality, trust, and commitment 2.2. Mediation effect of expected relationship continuity 2.3. Moderating effect of business uncertainty 3. Methodology

    3.1. Samples and data collection

    3.2. Non-response bias and common method variance 3.3. Measures

    4. Results

    4.1. Measure validation

    4.2. Hypotheses testing

    5. Discussion and conclusions


    Appendix A. Measures in the Study




    l 学歴?最低大卒。

    l 最低5年以上QCとして中国のソーシング若しくは貿易会社での勤務経験。

    l 有名ブランド/小売会社でQCとしての勤務経験がある。 l QCの全体プロセスに相当高い知識を持つ。 l 製品生産に熟知する?例えば、パタン、仕上、生地、付属、ステッチ、安全要求等?。

    l 米国式工場コンプライアンス監査、工場品質監査とAQL2.5/4品質管理の経験を有する。

    l 素晴らしい製造知識。

    l 優秀な品質認定の能力。

    l 有能な交際能力。

    l 優秀なチームワーク精神。

    l 成功に強い願望とやる気。

    l 強い分析能力。

    l 強い計画?整理能力。

l 中国語の流暢は必須、英語または日本語の能力を希望。

    l 熟練にMicrosoft Excel及びPowerpointを使用出来る。

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    帝客服饰商贸?上海?有限公司 查看公司简介>> 粉丝团(14)|

公司行业? 服装/纺织/皮革 服装/纺织/皮革

     公司性质? 合资(非欧美)

公司规模? 50-150 比比你的竞争力

    发布日期? 2011-02-19 工作地点? 上海 招聘人数? 1

    工作年限? 五年以上 语言要求? 日语 精通 历? 本科


    Free Trade Zones (FTZs) around the world offer special advantages to investors and facilitate

    import/export of goods in order to boost the regional economy. Integrated coastal management in these

    areas faces special challenges in addition to what ordinary ICZMs usually encounter. For a successful

    ICZM plan, the very strong business orientation in FTZs has to be taken into account, while other

    important aspects such as environmental, social, and cultural issues should not be overlooked. The

    problem becomes more difficult where the free zone is situated in sensitive and valuable environmental


    Kish Island, a free trade zone in the Persian Gulf region, has recently been the focus of a major ICZM

    study. In order to address the different needs of various stakeholders in the island, four strategic

    management plans are prepared. The investigations carried out in the course of this study indicated that

    the required management plans for this free trade zone should be provided with a spatial-plan-oriented approach, otherwise the integration can hardly be achieved and implemented. This article describes Kish FTZ characteristics and problems that required ICZM initiatives, the methodology for ICZM study, the preparation and implementation of strategic management plans considering the free zone obligations, and the need for a spatial umbrella plan to facilitate the integration among different plans in the implementation process.

    Article Outline

    1. Introduction

    2. Kish Island characteristics

    3. ICZM study in Kish FTZ

    3.1. Need for integrated coastal management in Kish Island

    3.2. Strategic management plans for Kish FTZ

    3.2.1. Environmental management plan (EMP)

    3.2.2. Shoreline management plan (SMP)

    3.2.3. Monitoring and evaluation plan (MEP)

    3.3. Spatial planning approach for integration

    3.4. Lessons learned from Kish ICZM

    4. Concluding remarks


    Data for OECD countries document: 1. imports and exports are about three times as volatile as GDP; 2. imports and exports are pro-cyclical, and positively correlated with each other; 3. net exports are counter-cyclical. Standard models fail to replicate the behavior of imports and exports, though they can match net exports relatively well. Inspired by the fact that a large fraction of international trade is in durable goods, we propose a two-country two-sector model in which durable goods are traded across countries. Our model can match the business cycle statistics on the volatility and comovement of the imports and exports relatively well. The model is able to match many dimensions of the data, which suggests that trade in durable goods may be an important element in open-economy macro models. Article Outline

    1. Introduction

    2. Empirical findings and share of trade in durable goods

    2.1. Trade volatility and cyclicality

    2.2. Trade in durable goods in OECD countries

    3. A two-country benchmark model

    3.1. Firms

    3.2. Households

    3.3. Other equilibrium conditions

    4. Calibration

    5. Model performance

    5.1. International RBC statistics

    5.1.1. Performance of standard models

    5.1.2. Models with trade in durable goods Benchmark model Alternative specifications

    5.2. BackusSmith puzzle

    6. Conclusion


    Appendix A. Appendix

Dividing imports and exports into categories of durable and nondurable goods


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