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August 2005, Vol. 128, No.8
Restructuring information technology: is offshoring a concern?
Robert W. Bednarzik
Visiting Professor, Georgetown Public Policy Institute, Georgetown University.
Employment trends by industry and occupation suggest that offshoring in the information technology sector occurs, but not to a great extent.
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