Is the aerospace industry on the cusp of a great wave that will shift work to low-cost producers in China? Or is offshoring a minor phenomenon being exploited by companies to win concessions from workers and local governments? Taking the former view is William C. Parr, a faculty member of the University of Tennessee's Aerospace Executive MBA program. He recently returned from a three-month stay in China, where he taught and conducted research on offshoring and Chinese management practices. ...

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