GPNS

AcronymDefinition
GPNSGlobal Property Network Standards (Marriott)
GPNSGreen Party of Nova Scotia (Canada)
GPNSGarrett Park Nursery School (Garrett Park, MD)
GPNSGalena Park North Shore (Texas)
GPNSGreat Plains Nuclear Services (Omaha, NE)
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With regard to the recent discussion on the global production network (GPN) concept, the triangle logic can be seen as strategic coupling process between lead firms and differing regional assets in close spatial proximity.
(126.) Alors que les GPNS offraient 4 538 places en 2007, elles en geraient 51 843 en 2015, soit une hausse totale de 1 042 p.
Contrary to the size of enterprise, the correlation between OD incidence and the position of the company in the GPNs did not render any clear trend.
Secondly, in addition to full market opening, twenty-first century PTAs encompass behind-the-border regulatory measures that are consistent with the requirements of trade conducted through global production networks (GPNs), i.e.
GPNs are a form of contemporary capitalist development that involves the "disaggregation of stages of production and consumption across national boundaries, under the organizational structure of densely networked firms or enterprises" (Gereffi, Korzeniewicz, and Korzeniewicz, 1994, 1).
In the process, the focus of MNEs has transformed from 'stand-alone' overseas investment projects as described in Dunning (1981) to 'global network flagships' which incorporate their dispersed supply, knowledge and customer bases into regional or GPNs (Ernst and Kim 2002).
The Vail Marriott Mountain Resort is just the latest location in a list of numerous GPNS installations Innflux has completed this year.
The first two of these can be encompassed under the idea of mobile phone GPNs (Hess & Coe, 2006).
Such a movement should organise the casualised in a highly strategic manner by grounding such organisation within a carefully researched understanding of global production networks (GPNs).
While GPNs are widely seen in many industries, ranging from ICT (both hardware and services), to automotive, food, or garment sectors, their openness to external suppliers depends on a few factors, such as the modularity of the product architecture involved (Fujimoto 2008; Ulrich 1995; Sturgeon, van Biesebroeck, and Gereffi 2008) and the dominant power of the key suppliers.