The Asia Expert Forum interviewed Dr. Frederick regarding current issues surrounding global supply chains.
Duke Professor Gary Gereffi and IMF’s economist Tamim Bayoumi joined DUCIGS Director Giovanni Zanalda in a webinar conversation on the impact of the Covid-19 crisis on international trade and global supply chains. The speakers presented their analysis of the ongoing disruptions of global supply chains, including an overview of how the hyper specialization of supply chains has led to international shortages in vital medical equipment. This event is part of a webinar series on the impact of Covid-19 organized by the Duke Center for International and Global Studies (DUCIGS)/Rethinking Diplomacy Program. Click the button below for more information or view the webinar directly on YouTube: https://youtu.be/O8uonQXB0xc
Presentation by Duke-GVCC in Seoul, Korea on December 4, 2018 at the KIET-Duke GVCC seminar on Upgrading Globalization for Innovation Growth: Expansion of Digital Companies in GVCs and its Implications. The presentation provides an overview of the results of our recent project KIET on the digital economy and GVCs.
Presentation by Gary Gereffi for the Korea Institute for Industrial Economics & Trade (KIET) focused on Global Value Chains in Korea. The objective of the collaboration was to identify upgrading opportunities for the Korean economy using a global value chain (GVC) perspective. The presentation highlights Korea’s position in GVCs, key findings from the research and a global perspective on GVCs.
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).
Subsidized food is a hallmark of food systems in MENA. Many citizens depend on government supported food for their livelihood. Consequently, volatility in global production and prices have significant implications for social unrest in the region. A Duke GVC Center research team has been investigating this topic using the GVC framework to map the role of various public and private actors at the global, regional, and country level, as well as identifying major bottlenecks to wheat flows in the region and potential policy interventions. Researcher Ghada Ahmed presented some of the findings at the MINERVA Annual Meeting.
The UNU-Wider project workshop on industries without smokestacks brought together researchers to discuss joint work on the industry sector and structural transformation in Africa. Researcher Jack Daly contributed to the workshop by presenting findings on tourism Global Value Chains in Africa.
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.