Impact of new technologies on the organization of global value chains (1): dynamic transformations within global value chain typologyImpact of new technologies on the organization of global value chains (1): dynamic transformations within global value chain typology
6822017-12 , Institute of Developing Economies (IDE-JETRO)
This paper is one of two articles that consider the impact of new technologies on the organization of global value chains (GVCs). The current paper considers value chains in two representative industries, namely, the automotive industry and electronic equipment industry, and the other forthcoming paper will examine the apparel industry and material processing industry. The study draws on the analytical framework developed by Gereffi et al. (2005), who presented a GVC typology and mechanism of value chain transformation.
JEL:F23 - Multinational Firms • International Business JEL:L14 - Transactional Relationships • Contracts and Reputation • Networks JEL:L23 - Organization of Production JEL:L62 - Automobiles • Other Transportation Equipment • Related Parts and Equipment JEL:L63 - Microelectronics • Computers • Communications Equipment JEL:O14 - Industrialization • Manufacturing and Service Industries • Choice of Technology JEL:O33 - Technological Change: Choices and Consequences • Diffusion Processes International trade Automobile industry Electric industries Global value chain (GVC) Technology Platform
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