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Global Value Chains, Development and Emerging Economies
(Global Value Chains, Development and Emerging Economies, 2015-11-27)
In recent decades, profound changes in the structure of the global economy have reshaped global production and trade and have altered the organization of industries and national economies into global value chains (GVCs). ...
O Brasil nas cadeias globais de valor: implicações para a política industrial e de comércio [“Brazil in Global Value Chains: Implications for Industrial Policy and Trade”]
(Revista Brasileira de Comércio Exterior, 2013)
Regional paths of development
(Annual review of sociology. Vol. 18, 1992-12-01)
Five broad theoretical perspectives frame much of the literature on regional paths of development: neoclassical economics, world-systems/dependency theories, the developmental state, institutional analysis, and Marxism. ...
Social Upgrading in Mobile Phone GVCs: Firm-level Comparisons of Working Conditions and Labor Rights
(Labour in Global Value Chains in AsiaDevelopment Trajectories in Global Value Chains, 2016-11-01)
Risks and Opportunities of Participation in Global Value Chains
(Journal of Banking and Financial Economics, 2015-08-17)
Risk is inherent to the pursuit of opportunity. This paper surveys the recent literature and looks at the risks and opportunities firms and their workers face in the global value chains. First, it examines the risk-sharing ...
Peru in the High Quality Cotton Textile and Apparel Global Value Chain: Opportunities for Upgrading
This report analyses Peru’s participation in the high quality cotton textile and apparel global value chain. The textile and apparel sector is a key pillar of Peru’s manufacturing sector, while the high quality cotton has ...
Economic and Social Upgrading in Global Value Chains and Industrial Clusters: Why Governance Matters
(Journal of Business Ethics, 2016-01-01)
© 2014, Springer Science+Business Media Dordrecht.The burgeoning literature on global value chains (GVCs) has recast our understanding of how industrial clusters are shaped by their ties to the international economy, but ...
The Organization of Buyer-Driven Global Commodity Chains: How U.S. Retailers Shape Overseas Production Networks.
(Commodity Chains and Global Capitalism, 1994)
Mobile Phones: Who Benefits in Shifting Global Value Chains?
(Capturing the Gains, Revised Summit Briefing, 2013-05-16)