Staying competitive in the global economy : compendium of studies on global value chains.
- Paris : OECD, c2008.
- Government document
248 p. : ill. ; 27 cm.
- Competition, International.
International economic relations.
- Global value chains are radically altering how goods and services are produced. Parts made in one country, for instance, are increasingly assembled in another and sold in a third. The globalization of production has changed the industrial structure within OECD countries, and in some sectors blunted their competitiveness. Another major consequence has been fears of job losses. This volume is a compilation of the studies that underlie the synthesis report on global value chains. It includes papers on the measurement of globalization, SMEs in global value chains, the changing nature of manufacturing, impact of international sourcing, foreign affiliates, offshoring and productivity, and the internationalization of R&D.--Publisher's description.
- Introduction and synthesis / Koen De Backer and Dirk Pilat
The measurement of globalisation using international input-output tables / Koen De Backer and Norihiko Yamano
Enhancing the role of SMEs in global value chains / Mariarosa Lunati
The changing nature of manufacturing in OECD economies / Dirk Pilat ... [et al.]
Potential impacts of international sourcing on different occupations / Desirée van Welsum and Xavier Reif
Foreign affiliates in OECD economies: presence, performance and contribution to host countries' growth / Chiara Criscuolo
Offshoring and productivity: the case of Ireland, Sweden and the United Kingdom / Chiara Criscuolo, ... [et al.]
The internationalisation of R&D / Koen De Backer and Ester Basri.
- Includes bibliographical references.
- Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development.
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