El TLCAN y las cadenas globales de valor

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2017-08-31

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Con el arribo de Donald Trump a la presidencia de Estados Unidos, se intensificaron las especulaciones sobre el futuro del Tratado de Libre Comercio de América del Norte (TLCAN). En respuesta a una noticia aparecida a finales de abril de este ano, donde se adelantaba la posible presentación de una orden ejecutiva para retirar a Estados Unidos de este acuerdo comercial, el director del Centro de Globalización, Gobernanza y Competitividad de la Universidad de Duke, Gary Gereffi, publicó unas interesantes reflexiones sobre los verdaderos alcances del TLCAN que ahora comparte con los lectores de Comercio Exterior. (La versión original de este artículo apareció en el sitio web del autor. Puede encontrarse en: https://www.brookings.edu/blog/future-development/2017/04/28/understanding-trade-relations-in-a-value-chain-linked-world/)

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Gary Gereffi

Professor Emeritus of Sociology

Gary Gereffi is Emeritus Professor of Sociology and Director of the Global Value Chains Center at Duke University (https://gvcc.duke.edu/).  He has published over a dozen books and numerous articles on globalization, industrial upgrading, and social and economic development, and he is one of the originators of the global value chains framework.  His most recent books are:  Handbook on Global Value Chains (co-edited by Stefano Ponte, Gary Gereffi and Gale Raj-Reichert), Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar Publishing. 2019); and Global Value Chains and Development: Redefining the Contours of 21st Century Capitalism (Cambridge University Press, 2018).  Current projects include:  (1) the impact of U.S. protectionism on jobs and regional trade agreements; (2) evaluating how the digital economy and Industry 4.0 are likely to affect international business strategies and industrial upgrading; and (3) shifting regional interdependencies in East Asia and North America, with a focus on China, South Korea and Mexico vis-à-vis the United States.


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