The worldwide trend towards outsourcing non-core, company specific activities has a number of positive macroeconomic implications. The most notable of these is the contribution that this trend will have in promoting the growth of small, micro- and medium-sized enterprises. This, in turn, should stimulate the socioeconomic development of the environment by adding value at the lower levels of production. This paper sets out to document how the successful implementation of an outsourcing project was achieved in a developing economy and makes recommendations as to its successful replication in other developing economies.
|Number of pages||7|
|Journal||International Journal of Entrepreneurship and Innovation|
|Publication status||Published - 1 Feb 2001|