Further and Background Reading

Apte, U. and Mason, R. (1995). Global disaggregation of information intensive services, Management Science , 41, 7, 1250 “62

Arora, A., Arunachalam, V. and Asundi, J. (2000). The globalisation of software: the case of the Indian software industry, http://www.heinz.cmu.edu/project/india/index.html

Carmel, E. and Agarwal, R. (2001). Tactical approaches for alleviating distance in global software development, IEEE Software Special Issue on Global Software Development , 18, 2, 22 “9

Clark, T., Zmud, R. and McCray, G. (1995). Transforming the nature of business in the information industry, Journal of Information Technology , 10, 221 “37

Coe, N. (1999). Emulating the Celtic tiger? A comparison of the software industries of Ireland and Singapore, Journal of Tropical Geography , 20, 1, 36 “55

Heeks, R., Krishna, S., Nicholson, B. and Sahay, S. (2001). Synching or sinking: trajectories and strategies in global software outsourcing relationships, IEEE Software Special Issue on Global Software Development , 18, 2, 54 “61

Heeks, R. and Nicholson, B. (2003). Software export success factors and strategies in developing transitional economies, IDPM, University of Manchester, Working Paper, 12, http://idpm.man.ac.uk/wp/dc

Kitov, V. (2001). Software firms aim to copy India s success, The Russia Journal , 8 “14 June, 12

Philippines data: http://www.e-servicesphils.com

Rajkumar, T. and Mani, R. (2001). Offshore software development: the view from Indian suppliers, Information Systems Management , Spring, 63 “72

Willcocks, L. and Lacity, M. (2001). Global Information Technology Outsourcing , Chichester: Wiley

Global IT outsourcing
Global IT Outsourcing: Software Development across Borders
ISBN: 0521039487
EAN: 2147483647
Year: 2003
Pages: 91
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