• Michael Porter
  • Jan W. Rivkin


Choosing the United States. Michael Porter, Jan Rivkin, March 1, 2012, Opinion. "A location decision is, in many respects, a referendum on a nation’s competitiveness. When a company decides, say, to build a factory with good jobs in China or Poland rather than in the United States, it is effectively voting on the question of which country can best enable its success in the global marketplace. Those votes matter: Each location decision translates into jobs, investments, tax revenues, and economic development. Governments, especially those of the most dynamic countries, compete fiercely for each vote. The question “Where should we locate?” is more prominent in the minds of executives than it has ever been..." Link