Outsourcing and Privatization: Creating Value at What Cost?
Sheldon, Dwight A.
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This report examines aspects of one form of privatization: Out-sourcing. The paper treats aspects of recent national publicity about the ''off-shoring'' of American jobs and displacement of workers in the US. The presentation promotes an informed stance on many perceptions about the loss of American jobs in a competitive global economy. Discussion of the contention that corporate tax codes need revision in order to protect American jobs, plus facts on how many jobs are lost due to outsourcing is provided. Lastly, this discussion shows how out-sourcing has actual benefits for American business and consumers in a greater global economy.
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NPS Report NumberNPS-AM-05-037
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