Reference material

The database of economic activities reshored within the EU is complemented by a database of reference material including academic papers, consultancy and policy reports, and policy initiatives. This database is updated monthly.

Reference material can be searched by type, authors, year, country and keyword.

Format: 2023
Type Document title Authors Countrysort ascending Year
research paper Why in the world did they reshore? Examining small to medium-sized manufacturer decisions Gray V.J.; Esenduran G.; Rungtusanatham M.J.; Skowronsky K. 2017
research paper Repatriation or Reshoring of Manufacturing to the U.S. and UK: Dynamics and Global Production Networks or from Here to There and Back Again Vanchan V.; Mulhall R.; Bryson J. 2018
research paper Understanding the Manufacturing Location Decision: The Case for the Transaction Cost and Capability Perspectives McIvor R. 2013
research paper Impact of competitive strategy and cost-focus on global supplier switching (reshore and relocation) decisions Uluskan M., Godfrey A.B., Joines J.A. 2017
research paper Managing reversed (global) outsourcing – the role of knowledge, technology and time Nujen B. B.; Halse L. L.; Damm R.; Gammelsæter H. 2018
research paper When manufacturing moves back: Concepts and questions Fratocchi L.; Di Mauro C.; Barbieri P.; Nassimbeni G.; Zanoni A.. 2014
research paper Prior to reshoring: A duration analysis of foreign manufacturing ventures Ancarani A.; Di Mauro C.; Fratocchi L.; Orzes G.; Sartor M. 2015
research paper Nearshoring, reshoring, and insourcing: Moving beyond the total cost of ownership conversation Hartman P.L.; Ogden J.A.; Wirthlin J.R.; Hazen, B.T. 2017
consultancy report Measuring reshoring trends in the EU and the US Kinkel S.; Dewanti R.T.; Zimmermann P. 2017

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