Being in a global value chain: Hell or heaven?

Antonio Accetturo, Anna Giunta, Salvatore Rossi, 15 December 2012



The recent literature on global value chains has shown that the production of every good (from computers to retail trade services) now consists of a series of separate tasks (unbundling), each of which can be located outside the boundaries of the 'final' firm (Blinder 2006).

Topics: Industrial organisation, International trade
Tags: global value chains, offshoring, trade network

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