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The dynamics of local learning in global value chains

Momoko Kawakami

The dynamics of local learning in global value chains

experiences from East Asia

by Momoko Kawakami

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Published by Palgrave Macmillan in Houndmills, Basingstoke, Hampshire, New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Diffusion of innovations,
  • International business enterprises,
  • Manufacturing industries,
  • Business logistics,
  • Vertical integration,
  • Business networks

  • Edition Notes

    Statementedited by Momoko Kawakami and Timothy J. Sturgeon
    SeriesIDE-JETRO series
    ContributionsAjia Keizai Kenkyūjo (Japan)
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHD9736.E18 D96 2011
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxvi, 233 p. :
    Number of Pages233
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25184318M
    ISBN 100230238491
    ISBN 109780230238497
    LC Control Number2010012001
    OCLC/WorldCa573152512

    It argues that the gendered combination of low cost and skill has enabled value enhancement and capture at the buyer end of value chains, and reinforced a gender division of labour in which women workers remain largely relegated as a source of cheap labour. The Initiative consists of a dynamic network of researchers, activists, and policymakers that began working together in Frontiers of Commodity Chain Research. Here the technological competences of the lead firms generally upstream in the chain defined the chain's competitiveness.

    For more information on his work, see www. A current project is examining how one province in South Africa KwaZulu-Natal intersects with distinct segments of automotive, electronics, and apparel GVCs lean and time critical supply, fast fashion, and reverse logistics for repairand with service GVCs such as executive education, call centers, hospitality and tourism, and air transport. A report found that looking at the production chain, rather than the individual stages of production, is more helpful. Current research suggests that GVCs exhibit a variety of characteristics and impact communities in a variety of ways. London: Sage, pp. It calls for donors and governments to work together to assess how aid flows may affect power relationships.

    The study of global value chains requires inevitably a trade theory that can treat input trade. Chesbrough, Henry, and Kusunoki, Ken. April, v. For nations that are very deeply integrated and economically interdependent with others, the basic structure of industries, employment, and innovation can be affected. Google Scholar Borrus, Michael. His primary interest lies in transnational economic and environmental governance, with a focus on overlaps and tensions between private governance and public regulation.


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The dynamics of local learning in global value chains by Momoko Kawakami Download PDF Ebook

By the late s, however, a more flexible and spatially dispersed mode of production had taken hold — based on slicing up production in specific tasks and moving some of these out of the boundary of The dynamics of local learning in global value chains book firm through external contracting.

Oxford: Oxford University Press. New York: Oxford University Press. At the same time, additive manufacturing, artificial intelligence, robotics and other technologies are changing the world of work and may push large groups of people off employment. London: Sage, pp. A recent project focused on global value chains in the Brazilian commercial aircraft including aircraft maintenance and repair and medical device industries, as well as electronics.

For more information on his work, see www. His primary interest lies in transnational economic and environmental governance, with a focus on overlaps and tensions between private governance and public regulation.

Google Scholar Perrow, Charles. Google Scholar Brown, Sharon. The steam engine in the 19th century made transportation and manufacturing economic in ways that allowed the spatial separation of production from consumption, but for much of the 20th century, production was still organized mostly along vertically integrated firms.

Google Scholar Business Times On-line. Moreover, the potential for GVC formation is increasing. In his public lecture at the University of Johannesburg, Professor Stefano Ponte will explore the possible consequences of these radical changes for the future of business, society and the environment.

Advances in information technology, better codification schemes, and improvements in transport and logistics increase the potential for the geographical fragmentation of work.

The originality of the book lies in its combination of conceptual clarity, methodological coherence and empirical richness. The richness of this approach is obvious from the preceding chapters. His work analyzes governance dynamics and economic and environmental upgrading trajectories in global value chains — especially in developing countries and in Africa.

This is a preview of subscription content, log in to check access. Frontiers of Commodity Chain Research. As it becomes more likely that value chains in large, economically important industries will be spread across multiple countries, it is more difficult to conceive of national industries as self-contained systems and national economic performance as endogenous.

This chapter draws on the concepts of economic and social downgrading to develop a gender perspective to global value chain analysis.Abstract Foreign direct investment (FDI) is becoming increasingly critical to the economies of developing countries, in part due to a major expansion in the scope of global value chains (GVCs), whereby lead firms outsource parts of their production and services activities across complex international networks.

Sturgeon T.J., Linden G. () Learning and Earning in Global Value Chains: Lessons in Supplier Competence Building in East Asia. In: Kawakami M., Sturgeon T.J. (eds) The Dynamics of Local Learning in Global Value magicechomusic.com by: 3.

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Volume / Education. Analyse the impact on local economic development of globalisation processes by using GVC analysis. Discuss scope of upgrading for firms and labour in developing countries.This book draws together existing knowledge to help facilitate download pdf shift of mind necessary to effectively manage the value chain, and introduces a new conception of the value chain, one that has been copyrighted () and provides a new perspective of the value chain commensurate with the demands of the 21st-century global economy.Mar 01,  · Development and the Changing Dynamics of Global Production: Global Value Chains and Ebook Clusters in Apparel Manufacturing.

Global Value Chains and Local Clusters in Apparel Manufacturing Show all authors. Melani Cammett. Foreign investment, technology transfer, and learning-by-watching in the apparel trade, Cited by: