Vietnam at a Crossroads - Engaging in the Next Generation of Global Value Chains

2017   |    Stacey Frederick

Vietnam has emerged as an Asian manufacturing powerhouse, carving out a role for itself within global value chains (GVCs). In this World Bank Group publication, readers will gain a strong understanding of Vietnam’s current and potential engagement with GVCs and will learn about strategic policy tools that can help developing countries achieve economic prosperity in the context of compressed development. Its findings will be of particular interest to policy makers, development practitioners, and academics. Duke CGGC researcher Stacey Frederick authored chapter 7 of this publication. The chapter covers Vietnam’s textile and apparel industry and trade networks.

Vietnam’s Textile and Apparel Industry and Trade Networks - Chapter 7 p. 101 - 109   View PDF

China’s Greatest Legacy was to create a Model of Inclusive Development

2016   |    Gary Gereffi

Gereffi provided an interview for the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) Integration and Trade Journal on industrial development in China with lessons Latin America can learn from China. It is available in English and Spanish.

Integration and Trade Journal, No. 40 (June), p. 298-303  View English PDF   View Spanish PDF   View Full IDB Publication

Stitches to Riches?: Apparel Employment, Trade, and Economic Development in South Asia

2016   |    Gladys Lopez-Acevedo, Raymond Robertson, Stacey Frederick, Atisha Kumar

CGGC\'s Stacey Frederick authored chapters 2 and 5 in this World Bank book on the apparel industry. The book is motivated by South Asia\'s need to create more and better jobs for a growing population; it investigates the region\'s potential for expanding and improving jobs in the labor-intensive apparel sector. It estimates the effects of rising wages in China on apparel exports, employment, and wages in South Asia, and provides policy recommendations to leverage the sector for greater job creation.

Washington, DC: World Bank: Chapter 2, Benchmarking South Asia in the Global Apparel Industry, p. 39-76; Chapter 5, Policies to Foster Apparel Exports and Jobs, p. 143-177   View Book PDF   View World Bank page

Economic and Social Upgrading and Workforce Development in the Apparel Global Value Chain

2013   |    Gary Gereffi

Korea Labor Institute, International Labor Brief 11, 4 (April): 18-28  View Article

Developments in the Global Apparel Industry after the MFA Phaseout and Summaries of the Country Case Studies (Part 2)

2012   |    Stacey Frederick, Cornelia Staritz

The chapter introduces dynamics in the global apparel value chain with a focus on the impacts of the lifting of the Multi-fibre Arrangement on Textiles and Clothing (MFA/ATC) and the global economic crisis in nine countries. A detailed analysis of each country is in Part 2 of this book.

Sewing Success? Employment, Wages, and Poverty following the End of the Multi-fibre Arrangement Pp. 41-86 and pp. 211-497 in G. Lopez-Acevedo & R. Robertson (Eds.), Washington, DC: The World Bank   View PDF   View Publisher's Website

Upgrading and Restructuring in the Global Apparel Value Chain: Why China and Asia are Outperforming Mexico and Central America

2011   |    Stacey Frederick, Gary Gereffi

This article uses the global value chain approach to analyze the upgrading trajectories of leading apparel exporters adapting to the end of textile and apparel quotas and the economic recession.

International Journal Technological Learning, Innovation and Development Vol. 4, No. 1/2/3, p. 67-95  View Publisher's Website  View Special Issue

Global Production Networks and Decent Work in India and China: Evidence from the Apparel, Automotive, and Information Technology Industries

2010   |    Gary Gereffi, Esra Guler

Labour in Global Production Networks in India Pp. 103-126 in Anne Posthuma and Dev Nathan (eds.). New Delhi: Oxford University Press.

The Global Apparel Value Chain, Trade and the Crisis: Challenges and Opportunities for Developing Countries

2010   |    Gary Gereffi, Stacey Frederick

Global Value Chains in a Postcrisis World: A Development Perspective. Washington, DC: The World Bank. Pp. 157-208 in Olivier Cattaneo, Gary Gereffi and Cornelia Staritz (eds.)  View Book

Powder Coatings in China

2009   |    Lukas Brun, Ruggero Golini

European Coatings Journal 12/2009, p. 10-11  View PDF

The American Brain Drain and Asia

2009   |    Vivek Wadhwa, Gary Gereffi, Alex Salkever

This paper examines what motivates individuals from different parts of the world to come to the United States.

Asia-Pacific Journal Vol. 14-1-09, April 4  View Article

Development Models and Industrial Upgrading in China and Mexico

2009   |    Gary Gereffi

This article provides a broad comparison of the development models in Latin America and China, with an emphasis on how each has changed in recent decades.

European Sociological Review 25(1), p. 37-51  View PDF

The Globalization of Innovation: Can India and China Cure the Global Pharmaceutical Market?

2008   |    Vivek Wadhwa, Ben Rissing, Gary Gereffi, John Trumpbour, Pete Engardio

Multinational pharmaceutical corporations are searching for means to broaden their capacity for drug development while decreasing costs. Pharmaceutical firms in India and China are increasingly forging partnerships with these corporations to gain revenue and to develop their own expertise. These relationships largely appear to be symbiotic. As a result of the movement of research to their countries, Indian and Chinese scientists are rapidly developing the ability to innovate and create their own intellectual property. Several firms in India and China are performing advanced R&D and are moving into the highest-value segments of the pharmaceutical global value chain. This research was funded in part by the Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation.

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Value Chains, Networks and Clusters: Reframing the Global Automotive Industry

2008   |    Timothy Sturgeon, Johannes Van Biesebroeck, Gary Gereffi

In this article the global value chain (GVC) approach is used to analyze recent trends in the global automotive industry, with special attention paid to the case of North America. Three elements of the GVC framework are used – firm level chain governance,

Journal of Economic Geography 8, pp. 297-321  View Article

Wal-Mart in China: Can the World\'s Largest Retailer Succeed in the World\'s Most Populous Market?

2007   |    Gary Gereffi, Ryan Ong

An article in the Harvard Asia Pacific Review on Wal-Mart\'s place in the China market.

Harvard Asia Pacific Review Winter Issue, p.46-49.   View Article PDF