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リアジャイル生産システムに取り組むバングラデシュアパレル企業における価値連鎖を通じた産業高度化の先行要因と成果
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Monsur, Shah Mohammad Tanvir
NDC
商業
目次
Chapter 1: Introduction
 1.1 Background of the Study / p1
 1.2 Role of Global Value Chain in Industrial Development / p2
 1.3 Dynamics of Global Apparel Value Chain (GAVC) / p3
 1.4 Resource and Capabilities of Apparel firms / p9
 1.5 Resource and Capabilities of Apparel firms and Their influence on Governance of Value Chain / p11
 1.6 Competitive Advantage and Firm Performance Gained by Industrial Up-gradation Through Value Chain / p12
 1.7 Objectives of the Study / p14
 1.8 Significance of the Study / p15
 1.9 Scope of the Study / p16
 1.10 Organization of Study / p16
Chapter 2: Overview of the Industry
 2.1 Introduction / p20
 2.2 Development of the Apparel Industry / p21
 2.3 The Factors Contributed to Rapid Growth / p22
 2.4 The Growth Trajectory of Bangladesh Apparel Export / p23
 2.5 Employment / p26
 2.6 Types of Firms / p26
 2.7 Types of Value Adding Activities by the Firms in the Apparel Value Chain / p27
 2.8 Challenges Encountered during MFA Phase Out / p28
 2.9 The Challenges to be Encountered under the Framework of GAVC / p30
 2.10 The Need for Restructuring / p31
 2.11 Change in the Use of Modern Machinery / p32
 2.12 Product Concentration/ Diversification / p37
 2.13 Market Diversification / p40
 2.14 Social Compliance Factors / p42
Chapter 3: Literature Review
 3.1 Introduction / p43
 3.2 Industrial Up-gradation through Value Chain / p44
 3.3 Antecedents and Outcomes of Industrial Up-gradation through Value Chain / p48
 3.4 Definition of Antecedent Factors / p49
  3.4.1 Manufacturing System / p49
  3.4.2 Evolution of Manufacturing System / p50
  3.4.3 Lean Manufacturing System / p52
  3.4.4 Agile Manufacturing System / p53
  3.4.5 Leagile Manufacturing Systems / p54
  3.4.6 Human Resource Management Practices for Leagile Manufacturing Systems / p56
   3.4.6.1 Organizational Logic for Lean and Agile Manufacturing System / p58
   3.4.6.2 Increased Importance of HRM practices while Transforming from Mass to Leagile Manufacturing Systems / p59
  3.4.7 SCFs / p60
  3.4.8 IT / p61
  3.4.9 Flexible Manufacturing System / p64
 3.5 Theoretical Background in the relation between Industrial Up-Gradation and Antecedents of it / p64
  3.5.1 RBV / p64
  3.5.2 Organizational Economics / p68
  3.5.3 Transaction Cost Economics / p68
  3.5.4 Evolutionary Economics / p72
  3.5.5 ntegrated Theoretical Framework for Connecting Resources and Capabilities and IUVC on the basis of RBV and OE / p75
 3.6 Definition of Outcome Factors of Industrial Up-gradation through Value Chain / p75
  3.6.1 Competitive Advantages / p75
   3.6.1.1 Porter's Generic Competitive Strategy and Competitive Advantages / p75
   3.6.1.2 Capability-based View and Competitive Advantages / p77
  3.6.2 FP / p81
 3.7 Influence of Industrial Up-gradation through Value Chain on Competitive Advantages / p82
  3.7.1 Porter's Generic Competitive Strategy and The Relation Between Vertical Integration and Competitive Advantage / p82
   3.7.1.1 Value Chain Analysis in Porter's Generic Competitive Strategy / p82
   3.7.1.2 Economies of Scope in Porter's Generic Competitive Strategy / p83
   3.7.1.3 Transaction Cost Economics and Porter's Generic Competitive Strategy / p83
  3.7.2 The Concept of Resource-based View and the Relation between Vertical Integration and Competitive Advantages / p84
   3.7.2.1 Diversification, Asset Specificity and Vertical Integration in Resource-based View / p85
   3.7.2.2 Transaction Cost Economics and Vertical Integration in Resource Based View / p85
  3.7.3 Capability-based View and The Relation Between Vertical Integration and Competitive Advantages / p85
   3.7.3.1 Evolutionary Process and Vertical Integration in Capability-based View / p85
   3.7.3.2 Supply Chain Management and VI in CBV / p86
 3.8 The relation between Competitive Advantages and Firm Performance / p89
  3.8.1 Integrated Theoretical Framework for Deriving Competitive Advantages in Supply Chain Management / p90
Chapter 4: Distributions of the Sample Firms
 4.1 Introduction / p93
 4.2 Industrial Up-gradation through Value Chain in Bangladesh Apparel Sector / p94
 4.3 Methodology / p95
 4.4 Successful Implementation of Different Up-gradation Stages / p97
 4.5 Up-gradation Pattern / p98
 4.6 Value Adding Matrix of Up-gradation Activities / p99
 4.7 Firms' up-gradation Related Activities in Different Parameter / p100
 4.8 Factor Loading and Composite Mean of the Antecedent and Outcome Factors’ Indicators of Differently Up-graded Firms / p101
 4.9 Conclusion / p106
Chapter 5: Impact of Social Compliance Factors on Human Resource Management Practices for Implementing Leagile Manufacturing system in the Apparel industry of Bangladesh
 5.1 Introduction / p107
 5.2 Literature Review / p107
  5.2.1 Leagile Manufacturing Systems in Bangladesh Apparel Sector / p107
  5.2.2 Human Resource Management Practices for Leagile Manufacturing Systems / p108
  5.2.3 Social Compliance Factors / p108
  5.2.4 Objectives of Social Compliance Factors / p108
  5.2.5 Problems about Social Compliance according to Dul and Neumann (2009) / p108
  5.2.6 The Social Compliance Issues Promoted by the Government of Bangladesh / p111
  5.2.7 The Common Social Compliances Chosen From Heterogeneous Requirement of Buyers / p113
  5.2.8 The Similarity between Human Factors in Leagile Manufacturing Systems and Compliance Issues in Apparel Sector / p116
  5.2.9 Impact of Social Compliance Factors on HRM Practices for Leagile Manufacturing Systems / p116
   5.2.9.1 Impact of Ergonomics on HRM practices for Leagile Manufacturing Systems / p116
   5.2.9.2 Impact of Worker Related Compliance to HRM Practices for Leagile Systems / p117
   5.2.9.3 Impact of Health and Safety Arrangement to HRM practices for Leagile Manufacturing Systems / p117
   5.2.9.4 Impact of Social Dialogue and Employment Relationships on HRM Practices for LAMS / p118
   5.2.9.5 Control Variables: Impact of Organizational Context on HRM Practices / p118
 5.3 Conceptual Framework / p118
 5.4 Hypotheses / p120
 5.5 Research Methodology / p121
  5.5.1 Collection of Data about the Variables / p122
  5.5.2 Respondent profile / p122
 5.6 Data Analysis and Results / p122
  5.6.1 Linear Regression / p122
  5.6.2 Results / p125
  5.6.3 Relations in the Regression / p126
 5.7 Discussion / p127
 5.8 Conclusion / p129
Chapter 6: Impact of Antecedents on Industrial Up-gradation through Value Chain of the Firms Pursuing Leagile Manufacturing Systems
 6.1 Introduction / p132
  6.1.1 The competition in the GAVC / p132
  6.1.2 Industrial Up-gradation through Value Chain as the strategy in Global Apparel Value Chain / p132
  6.1.3 The Strategy Option for Bangladesh: / p133
 6.2 Literature Review / p133
  6.2.1 Leagile Manufacturing Systems in Bangladesh Apparel Sector / p133
  6.2.2 Descriptions of the Indicators of Leagile Manufacturing Systems / p134
  6.2.3 Two Important Requirements of Leagile Manufacturing Systems / p138
  6.2.4 HRM Practices for Leagile Manufacturing Systems / p138
  6.2.5 Descriptions of the Variables of HRM Practices for Leagile Manufacturing Systems / p138
  6.2.6 Information Technology for Leagile Manufacturing Systems / p141
  6.2.7 Descriptions of the Indicators / p142
  6.2.8 Industrial Up-gradation through Value Chain / p144
  6.2.9 The Indicators of Industrial Up-gradation through Value Chain / p144
  6.2.10 Relationship among the Factors / p118
   6.2.10.1 Impact of Human Resource Practices to Leagile Manufacturing Systems / p148
   6.2.10.2 Impact of Information Technology on Leagile Manufacturing Systems / p149
   6.2.10.3 Impact of LAMS on IU / p152
 6.3 Conceptual Framework / p152
 6.4 Hypotheses / p152
 6.5 Research Methodology / p153
  6.5.1 Structure of the Questionnaire / p153
  6.5.2 Respondent Profile / p153
 6.6 Data Analysis and Results / p153
  6.6.1 Exploratory Factor Analysis (EFA) / p153
  6.6.2 Confirmatory Factor Analysis / p157
  6.6.3 Structural Equation Modeling Estimation / p158
  6.6.4 Results / p159
 6.7 Impact of Individual Indicators of Leagile Manufacturing Systems on the Individual Indicators of Industrial Up-gradation / p159
 6.8 Analysis of the Results / p161
 6.9 Conclusion / p164
Chapter 7: Impact of Vertical Integration on its Outcomes in the Firms Pursuing Leagile Manufacturing Systems
 7.1 Introduction / p165
 7.2 Vertical Integration as Industrial Up-gradation through Value Chain Strategy in GAVC / p166
 7.3 Literature Review / p167
  7.3.1 Vertical Integration as a Competitive Scope / p167
  7.3.2 Advantages and Disadvantages of Vertical Integration / p168
  7.3.3 Descriptions of Outcome Factors / p169
   7.3.3.1 Competitive Advantages / p169
    7.3.3.1.1 The Variables for Competitive Advantages for Apparel Manufacturing Firms / p169
    7.3.3.1.2 Firm Performance / p174
 7.4 Conceptual Framework / p175
 7.5 Hypotheses / p175
 7.6 Research Methodology / p175
  7.6.1 Structure of the Questionnaire / p176
  7.6.2 Respondent profile / p176
 7.7 Data Analysis and Results / p176
  7.7.1 Exploratory Factor Analysis / p176
  7.7.2 Confirmatory Factor Analysis / p178
  7.7.3 Structural Equation Modeling Estimation / p179
  7.7.4 Results / p180
  7.7.5 Impact of Individual Indicators of Vertical Integration on the Individual Indicators of Competitive Advantages / p180
 7.8 Discussion / p182
 7.9 Conclusion / p184
Chapter 8: Conclusion
 8.1 Summary of Main Findings / p186
 8.2 Implications / p189
  8.2.1 Implications for Academicians / p189
  8.2.2 Implications for Practitioners / p190
  8.2.3 Implications for Policy Makers / p191
 8.3 Limitations of the Study / p192
 8.4 Recommendation for Further Research / p193
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学位記番号
甲第6188号
授与大学
広島大学(Hiroshima University)
学位名
博士(学術)
学位の種類の英名
doctoral
学位授与年月日
2013-03-23
部局名
国際協力研究科