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Competitive Circular Economy Management. The Mitsubishi Corporation Case


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In today’s scenario of ‘hyper competition’, global corporations face many other MNCs (more and more frequently based in the US, China, South Korea, Taiwan and Europe). In oversize economy, global companies move to adopt closed innovation policies. In particular, the circular economy suggests that sustainable outputs can be achieved without loss of revenue or extra costs for global manufacturers. The transformation from MNCs to global networks has led towards vertical specialization and highly diversified patterns of collaboration through inter-firm and intra-firm transactions coordinated by global corporations. As we can see from the experience of the greatest global corporations (e.g., Mitsubishi Corporation), the biggest global companies see the circular economy as a specific tool to compete, in the context of a network vision (competitive circular economy management).


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Circular Economy; Competitive Circular Economy; Oversize Economy; Mitsubishi Corporation; Mitsubishi Mineral Resources Group; Recycling; Global Markets; Global Competition

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.4468/2020.1.02brondoni

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