The Impact of Downstream Buyer Power and Reputation Sensitivity on Factory Price and Compliance Choices: A Theoretical Approach.

Antolin, Ana W.


  • The global apparel industry is largely characterized by its highly competitive manufacturing base, with a large number of factories located in developing countries, and the existence of significantly fewer downstream buyers with larger commercial capabilities. This dynamic creates a power asymmetry in the industry that favors buyers, which is frequently cited as a cause of dropping prices and ... read more
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