Belt and Road Initiative - Collaboration for Success [electronic resource] / edited by Eve Man Hin Chan, Angappa Gunasekaran.

Contributor(s): Chan, Eve Man Hin [editor.] | Gunasekaran, Angappa [editor.]Material type: TextTextSeries: Textile Science and Clothing Technology: Publisher: Singapore : Springer Singapore : Imprint: Springer, 2020Edition: 1st ed. 2020Description: XXXII, 133 p. 5 illus., 2 illus. in color. online resourceContent type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9789811515255Subject(s): Engineering economics | Engineering economy | Textile industry | Business logistics | Trade | Business | Commerce | Engineering Economics, Organization, Logistics, Marketing | Textile Engineering | Supply Chain Management | TradeAdditional physical formats: Printed edition:: No title; Printed edition:: No title; Printed edition:: No titleDDC classification: 658.5 LOC classification: TA177.4-185Online resources: Texto completo
Contents:
1. Dynamics of T&C Performance between China and Other Asian Countries: Implications for BRI Development -- 2. An Extended Gravity Model Analysis of Hiong Kong's Clothing Trade: Implications for Managing Global Supply Chains Under The "Belt and Road" Initiative -- 3. The Belt & Road Initiative: An Entrepreneurial Perspective -- 4. The Belt and Road Initiative's impact on Textile and Clothing Supply Chains in Asia: Views from Hong Kong Industrial Stakeholders -- 5. Exploring Hong Kong's Role as a Strategic Partner for B&R Countries - Closing the Cultural Gap -- 6. Why Does China Need Belt and Road Initiative?.
In: Springer Nature eBookSummary: This book presents a series of studies analyzing critical factors that promote and constrain textile & clothing (T&C) production and trade in the Belt & Road (B&R) countries, and forces that drive the restructuring and transforming of global T&C supply chain and operations in the B&R context. The book also offers insights into the challenges and opportunities for T&C manufacturing in B&R countries through interviews with T&C experts, and also examines how Hong Kong can strengthen its "super-connector" role by facilitating sustainable trade and development in the T&C industries, as well as discussion on the impact of global trade wars on T&C trade. In the studies presented in this book, they offer topics ranging from the macro-economy, international business environment and strategies, logistics and supply chain, policy changes, to sustainability. The studies offer descriptive, theoretical and empirical analyses that explore T&C business and management related opportunities and challenges that are derived from the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI). Econometric analysis with the gravity model is applied to T&C trade and extended to cover other areas that have not been considered in previous studies, such as production costs, export supply chain costs, technologies, demographical factors, and factors related to the business environment and policies, including qualitative variables. Studies using in-depth interviews and linear regression analysis are also present to explore new factors for T&C trade and production relocation to B&R countries.
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1. Dynamics of T&C Performance between China and Other Asian Countries: Implications for BRI Development -- 2. An Extended Gravity Model Analysis of Hiong Kong's Clothing Trade: Implications for Managing Global Supply Chains Under The "Belt and Road" Initiative -- 3. The Belt & Road Initiative: An Entrepreneurial Perspective -- 4. The Belt and Road Initiative's impact on Textile and Clothing Supply Chains in Asia: Views from Hong Kong Industrial Stakeholders -- 5. Exploring Hong Kong's Role as a Strategic Partner for B&R Countries - Closing the Cultural Gap -- 6. Why Does China Need Belt and Road Initiative?.

This book presents a series of studies analyzing critical factors that promote and constrain textile & clothing (T&C) production and trade in the Belt & Road (B&R) countries, and forces that drive the restructuring and transforming of global T&C supply chain and operations in the B&R context. The book also offers insights into the challenges and opportunities for T&C manufacturing in B&R countries through interviews with T&C experts, and also examines how Hong Kong can strengthen its "super-connector" role by facilitating sustainable trade and development in the T&C industries, as well as discussion on the impact of global trade wars on T&C trade. In the studies presented in this book, they offer topics ranging from the macro-economy, international business environment and strategies, logistics and supply chain, policy changes, to sustainability. The studies offer descriptive, theoretical and empirical analyses that explore T&C business and management related opportunities and challenges that are derived from the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI). Econometric analysis with the gravity model is applied to T&C trade and extended to cover other areas that have not been considered in previous studies, such as production costs, export supply chain costs, technologies, demographical factors, and factors related to the business environment and policies, including qualitative variables. Studies using in-depth interviews and linear regression analysis are also present to explore new factors for T&C trade and production relocation to B&R countries.

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