Global Value Chains and Development
Redefining the Contours of 21st Century Capitalism
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Foreword Pascal Lamy; 1. The emergence of global value chains: ideas, institutions and research communities; Part I. Foundations of the Global Value Chain Framework: 2. The organization of buyer-driven global commodity chains: how US retailers shape overseas production networks; 3. International trade and industrial upgrading in the apparel commodity chain; 4. The governance of global value chains with John Humphrey and Timothy J. Sturgeon; Part II. Expanding the Governance and Upgrading Dimensions in GVCs: 5. The global economy: organization, governance, and development; 6. Local clusters in global chains: the causes and consequences of export dynamism in Torreon's blue jeans industry with Jennifer Bair; 7. Development models and industrial upgrading in China and Mexico; 8. Economic and social upgrading in global production networks: a new paradigm for a changing world with Stephanie Barrientos and Arianna Rossi; 9. Regulation and economic globalization: prospects and limits of private governance with Frederick Mayer; 10. Economic and social upgrading in global value chains: why governance matters with Joonkoo Lee; Part III. Policy Issues and Challenges: 11. Global value chain analysis: a primer (second edition) with Karina Fernandez-Stark; 12. Global value chains, development and emerging economies; 13. Risks and opportunities of participation in global value chains with Xubei Luo; 14. Global value chains in a post-Washington consensus world; 15. Protectionism and global value chains; Index.
Studies conceptual foundations of GVC analysis, twin pillars of 'governance' and 'upgrading', and detailed cases of emerging economies.