The Asia Expert Forum interviewed Dr. Frederick regarding current issues surrounding global supply chains.
Stacey Frederick gave a presentation on “GVC Modules and Applications” at the Seminar on Accounting for Global Value Chains in Luxembourg on June 7, 2017. The meeting was organized by the United Nations Expert Group on International Trade and Economic Globalization Statistics (ITEGS).
As part of the Center’s collaboration with the National Analytical Center (NAC), an affiliate of Nazarbayev University in Kazakhstan, Professor Gary Gereffi presented an overview of global value chain and development. The presentation included a section dedicated to value chains and economic diversification in Kazakhstan.
Gary Gereffi’s presentation focuses on the origins of the Global Value Chain (GVC) framework. It clarifies key GVC concepts and methods, including value chain mapping, value chain governance and value chain upgrading. The presentation concludes by examining the medical devices GVC in Costa Rica to show the GVC of a small country in high tech. Gereffi presented this overview at the World Bank Group, Trade & Competitiveness GVC workshop on technical tools and operations in Washington, DC.
This presentation highlights the GVC experiences of different countries, including China vs. Mexico and the offshore services GVC of countries like Chile and Costa Rica. It also shows how Mexico links regional value chains, clusters and policies; and some of the development strategy challenges facing emerging economies. This overview was presented at the World Bank Group, Trade & Competitiveness GVC workshop on technical tools and operations in Washington, DC.
The presentation covers four main areas: the new global economy; the definition of a Global Value Chain (GVC); GVC competition between China and Mexico; and GVCs and emerging economies. Padova, Italy on April 13, 2016.
Gereffi presented at this one-day event, organized by Techint Group, intended to raise strategic and policy awareness on international economic development issues, with a value chains lens.
Mike Hensen, gave this presentation at the Regional Competitiveness and Growth Center (RCGC) launch event in Astana, Kazakhstan.
Lukas Brun gave a presentation on the NC in the Global Economy website at the World View Community College Symposium, held at the UNC Friday Center on November 12, 2014.
Brun gave a presentation on October 20, 2015 at the Manufacturing Conference (mfgCON), which brought together industry, education, and government to discuss the challenges and opportunities of manufacturing in North Carolina. The presentation highlighted the Center’s sponsored research around the globe to address development issues, the North Carolina in the Global Economy website applying the analytic framework to major NC industries, and highlighted the furniture industry to provide an example of the type of analysis available on the website. The event was at NC State University in Raleigh, NC.
Stacey Frederick gave this presentation at Duke. It provides an overview of the new features on the 2014 version of the NC in the Global Economy website.