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In: Geografický časopis, vol. 61, no. 1
Jan Ženka - Vladislav Čadil

Regionální diference rizika delokalizace technologicky vyspělých oborů zpracovatelského průmyslu na příkladu České republiky

Detaily:

Rok, strany: 2009, 69 - 86
Kľúčové slová:
delocalization, processing industries, regional differences, Czech Republic

O článku:

The aim of this article is to find out whether the companies active in technological manufacturing industries in the Czech Republic oriented to simple manufacturing and assembling activates with low added values are concentrated in economically less advanced regions. The labour market in regions with a pronounced concentration of these “footloose” companies can be threatened by moving of production units abroad in order to save costs. Assessment of the localization stability of companies is based on the statistical analysis of three indicators representing the technology capital intensity of the manufacturing process, value chain complexity, and sophistication of production operations. The hypothesis about concentration of internationally mobile companies in economically weak regions with high unemployment rate and accessibility of investment incentives was not confirmed. Companies considered prone to delocalization are represented in all types of regions including the metropolitan ones. Location of technologically advanced branches does not respond either to the settlement hierarchy or to the economic performance of regions. Regional differences in indicators of localization stability show a distinct dependence on the development before 1989.

Ako citovať:

ISO 690:
Ženka, J., Čadil, V. 2009. Regionální diference rizika delokalizace technologicky vyspělých oborů zpracovatelského průmyslu na příkladu České republiky. In Geografický časopis, vol. 61, no.1, pp. 69-86. ISSN 0016-7193.

APA:
Ženka, J., Čadil, V. (2009). Regionální diference rizika delokalizace technologicky vyspělých oborů zpracovatelského průmyslu na příkladu České republiky. Geografický časopis, 61(1), 69-86. ISSN 0016-7193.