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Hitting the Wall: Nike and International Labor Practices

Below are the available bulk discount rates for each individual item when you purchase a certain amount. Register as a Premium Educator at hbsp. Publication Date: January 19, Industry: Sports. Source: Harvard Business School. The case 'Hitting the Wall: Nike and International Labor Practices' is set in the mids, when Nike, one of the world's most successful footwear companies, is hit by a spate of alarmingly bad publicity. After years of high-profile media attention as the company that can "just do it," Nike is suddenly being portrayed as a firm that relies on low-cost, exploited labor in its overseas plants.

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Case Analysis: Hitting the Wall: Nike and International Labor Practices

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Preview only show first 10 pages with watermark. For full document please download. Nike was able to differentiate itself from its competitors by using a unique two-prong approach; outsourcing the production and then using all the money saved and putting that into marketing. Nike first sub-contracted the production to manufacturers in Japan, but Japan was becoming a richer country and Nike subsequently moved manufacturing to less-developed countries such as China and Indonesia. With less-developed countries come lower wages and less governmental restrictions.

Why do they just do it? A theory of outsourcing and working conditions

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Donado, Alejandro : Why do they just do it? A theory of outsourcing and working conditions. Forthcoming in: Open Economies Review. Nike and other companies have long been criticized for outsourcing their production to contract factories with dismal working conditions. Despite the overwhelming amount of interest, there exists no theory for studying this topic. The current paper fills this gap.

CASE ANALYSIS Hitting the Wall: Nike and International Labor Practices

The case 'Hitting the Wall: Nike and International Labor Practices' is set in the mids, when Nike, one of the world's most successful footwear companies, is hit by a spate of alarmingly bad publicity. After years of high-profile media attention as the company that can "just do it," Nike is suddenly being portrayed as a firm that relies on low-cost, exploited labor in its overseas plants. Nike officials vigorously deny the charges, claiming that Nike has no control over the independent contractors who manufacture Nike shoes.

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