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WTO - Supply Chain Perspectives and Issues: A Literature Review

WTO - Supply Chain Perspectives and Issues: A Literature Review

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Global value chains (GVCs) have become ubiquitous. The literature that attempts to understand and explain GVCs is vast, multi-disciplinary and no less complex than the phenomenon itself. This volume is an ambitious attempt at a fairly comprehensive review of literature on the subject

The many manifestations of international production sharing have become the organizing theme for practically any discussion on production, trade, investment, development and international economic cooperation more generally. GVCs are at the economic heart of globalization. Policies of governments are central to outcomes, influencing the establishment, configuration and operation of GVCs in numerous ways. Technological possibilities and firm behaviour are also crucial determinants of what happens in the supply chain world.

Co-published with the Fung Global Institute.
Global value chains (GVCs) have become ubiquitous. The literature that attempts to understand and explain GVCs is vast, multi-disciplinary and no less complex than the phenomenon itself. This volume is an ambitious attempt at a fairly comprehensive review of literature on the subject

The many manifestations of international production sharing have become the organizing theme for practically any discussion on production, trade, investment, development and international economic cooperation more generally. GVCs are at the economic heart of globalization. Policies of governments are central to outcomes, influencing the establishment, configuration and operation of GVCs in numerous ways. Technological possibilities and firm behaviour are also crucial determinants of what happens in the supply chain world.

Co-published with the Fung Global Institute.

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Supply Chain Perspectivesand Issues
A Literature Review
Albert ParkGaurav NayyarPatrick Low
 
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Opinions expressed in this publication and any errors or omissions thereinare the responsibility o the authors concerned. Opinions expressed by the authors are their own personal opinions and should not in any way beattributed to the institutions with which they are associated.All reasonable precautions have been taken by the Fung Global Institute(FGI) and the World Trade Organization (WTO) to veriy the inormationcontained in this publication. However this published material is distributedwithout warranty o any kind, either expressed or implied. Responsibilityor the interpretation and use o the material lies with the reader. Under nocircumstances will FGI or WTO be liable or damages arising rom its use.
© 2013 by Fung Global Institute and World Trade Organization.All rights reserved. Reproduction o material contained in this publication may be made onlywith the written permission o the Fung Global Institute and the WTO Publications Manager.ISBN: 978-92-870-3893-7
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