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Global value chains in a postcrisis world

Olivier Cattaneo

Global value chains in a postcrisis world

a development perspective

by Olivier Cattaneo

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Published by World Bank in Washington, DC .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references and index.

StatementOlivier Cattaneo, Gary Gereffi, and Cornelia Staritz, editors
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LC ClassificationsHF1379 .G587 2010
The Physical Object
Paginationp. cm.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24424273M
ISBN 109780821384992, 9780821385036
LC Control Number2010031476

Over the past decades, the world has witnessed an unprecedented growth in global value chains, propelled by increasingly demanding quality standards. These trends lead to concerns about the impact of value chains on development and poverty and about the possible protectionist nature of quality standards in rich by: Global Value Chains in a Postcrisis World. Global value chains now represent a major source of socio-upgrading opportunities and a new path for development. Trade, competitiveness and development policies should be reshaped accordingly to seize these opportunities and avoid the risks associated with greater participation in global value.


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Global Value Chains in a Postcrisis World: Resilience, Consolidation, and Shifting End Markets: Global Value Chains in the Electronics Industry: Was the Crisis a Window of Opportunity for Developing Countries. Global Value Chains, the Crisis, and the Shift of Markets from North to South: The Global Apparel Value Chain, Trade and the Crisis.

Global value chains now represent a major source of socio-upgrading opportunities and a new path for development. Trade, competitiveness and development policies should be reshaped accordingly to seize these opportunities and avoid the risks associated with greater participation in global value chains.

The world is in the midst of a sporadic and painful recovery from the most severe economic crisis since the s' Great Depression.

The unprecedented scale of the crisis and the speed of its transmission have revealed the interdependence of the global economy and the increasing reliance by businesses on global value chains (GVCs). Duke University Global Value Chains Center (Duke GVCC) Erwin Mill Building, Suite A W.

Main St. Durham, NC [email protected] 1Global Value Chains in a Postcrisis World: Resilience, Consolidation, and Shifting End Markets 3 Olivier Cattaneo, Gary Gereffi, and Cornelia Staritz Part II THE CRISIS AND TRENDS IN GLOBAL TRADE, DEMAND, AND PRODUCTION 21 2Trade, Crisis, and Recovery: Restructuring Global Value Chains 23 William Milberg and Deborah Winkler.

Global value chains in a postcrisis world: a development perspective (English) Abstract. The world is in the midst of a sporadic and painful recovery from the most severe economic crisis since the s Great Depression.

The unprecedented scale of the crisis and the speed of its transmission have revealed the interdependence of the global Cited by: The world is in the midst of a sporadic and painful recovery from the most severe economic crisis since the s’ Great Depression.

The unprecedented scale of the crisis and the speed of its transmission have revealed the interdependence of the global economy and the increasing reliance by businesses on global value chains (GVCs).

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Gary Gereffi and Stacey Frederick have published several articles on apparel GVCs, including a chapter in the World Bank book by Cattaneo, Gereffi and Staritz (eds.), Global Value Chains in a Postcrisis World: A Development Perspective (), and Frederick has collaborated with Cornelia Staritz in developing a series of detailed country case.

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In that context, Global Value Chains in a Postcrisis World is a beacon; it sheds light and will serve as a perceptive guide to analysis and policy making. --Jean-Pierre LehmannProfessor of International Political Economy, IMD, and Founding Director, The Evian Group, Lausanne, SwitzerlandPrice: $ Get this from a library.

Global Value Chains in a Postcrisis World: a Development Perspective. [Olivier Cattaneo; Gary Gereffi; Cornelia Staritz; Cattaneo, Olivier.] -- The world is in the midst of a sporadic and painful recovery from the most severe economic crisis since the s' Great Depression.

The unprecedented scale of the crisis and the speed of its. Global value chains (GVCs) are the international dispersion of design, production, assembly, marketing, and distribution of services, activities, and products. In this volume some of the world's leading specialists on GVCs examine how these systems have evolved and the challenges they face in a rapidly changing world.

The approach is Format: Paperback. Global Value Chains in a Postcrisis World: A Development Perspective addresses questions about the global economic crisis, the most severe economic crisis since the Great Depression of. The world is in the midst of a sporadic and painful recovery from the most severe economic crisis since the s' Great Depression.

The unprecedented scale of the crisis and the speed of its transmission have revealed the interdependence of the global economy and the increasing reliance by businesses on global value chains (GVCs).2/5(1).

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In response to this global downturn, a number of governments have passed. Hoekman agreed, and in the World Bank published Global Value Chains in a Postcrisis World: A Development Perspective (Cattaneo, Gereffi & Staritz, ). The book featured a number of leading.

World trade statistics show that approximately 70% of world trade in goods and services is related to Global Value Chains. Despite the importance of GVCs for integrating into the world economy, developing countries face a number of challenges to participating in GVCs/5. Global Value Chains. At a simple level, the concept of a global value chain (GVC) depicts a value-adding sequence of business functions such as research, design, production, marketing, transportation, logistics, distribution, after-sales service, and recycling.

Global value chains in a postcrisis world [electronic resource]: a development perspective / Olivier Cattaneo, Gary Gereffi, and Cornelia Staritz, editors.

Publication: Washington, DC: World Bank, Series: Trade and Development Trade and Development Format/Description: Government document Book 1 online resource ( p.) Subjects.

Downloadable. This paper analyzes the performance of global value chains during the trade collapse. To do so, it exploits a unique transaction-level dataset on French firms containing information on cross-border monthly transactions matched with data on worldwide intrafirm linkages as defined by property rights (multinational business groups, hierarchies of firms).

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Global Value Chains in a Postcrisis World: Resilience, Consolidation, and Shifting End Markets Olivier Cattaneo, Gary Gereffi, and Cornelia Staritz 3 Part II THE CRISIS AND TRENDS IN GLOBAL TRADE. Global value chains have become a dominant feature of world trade, encompassing developing, emerging, and developed economies.

The whole process of producing goods, from raw materials to finished products, is increasingly carried out wherever the necessary skills and materials are available at competitive cost and quality. World Bank Policy Research Paper: Joining, Upgrading and Being Competitive in Global Value Chains World Bank Book: Global Value Chains in a Postcrisis World: A Development Perspective (Link) Capturing the Gains from Globalization (Link).

The paper "Global Value Chains in a Postcrisis World" is a great example of a Management Case Study. The organization’s mission is to provide superior quality. The PRC is moving up in global value chains (GVCs), which implies the development of more technologically sophisticated regional value chains in East Asia that can propel a new phase of trade growth.

Continuing reforms would enable market forces to Author: Ganeshan Wignaraja, Juzhong Zhuang, Mahinthan J. Mariasingham. Global Value Chains in a Postcrisis World: Resilience, Consolidation, and Shifting End MarketsCited by: Global value chains in a changing world x SME firms’ perception of business and support services Selected studies on determinants of decision to export and participation in production networks in ASEAN Correlation Matrix Seven selected emerging economies in comparative perspective,   Read "Global value chains in a postcrisis world: A development perspective.

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Global value chains in a changing world 18 Thus the sum of such overlapping trade as a fraction of world manufacturing trade provides a conservative measure of supply chain trade (Amador and Cabral, ).

The evolution of this measure by region and by sector is shown in Figure The world is in the midst of a sporadic and painful recovery from the most severe economic crisis since the s' Great Depression.

The unprecedented scale of the crisis and the speed of its transmission have revealed the interdependence of the global economy and the increasing reliance by businesses on global value chains (GVCs). These chains represent the process of ever-finer. The New Offshoring of Jobs and Global Development countries the process becomes a global value chain.) The book reviews the strategies of retailers, marketers, and manufacturers and considers.

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Learn more. His major ongoing research projects are: (1) a book on the uptake of the global value chain paradigm by major international organizations in the economic and social development arena; (2) work with the World Bank and the Inter-American Development Bank on export competitiveness, workforce development, and regional value chains, with an emphasis.geographically dispersed global value chains (GVCs) have emerged as an important feature of the region’s economic success, particularly in East Asia.

The global financial crisis of – marked a turning point in global and regional trade. Global trade was growing twice as fast as global gross domestic product (GDP) before theAuthor: Ganeshan Wignaraja, Juzhong Zhuang, Mahinthan J.

Mariasingham.Global value chains (GVCs) are the international dispersion of design, production, assembly, marketing, and distribution of services, activities, and products.

In this volume some of the world&#