When it comes to development work, global value chains analysis has most typically been leveraged to help developing country policymakers to understand how they can upgrade in the global economy. Yet, the framework is equally useful in helping more developed countries understand how to remain competitive and continue to push innovation boundaries in an increasingly automated, conected and service-driven world. Our latest original research at the Duke University Global Value Chains Center, undertaken together with the Korea Institute for Industrial Economics & Trade, proves this point. We were able to identify broader lessons for Korea’s future ambitions for industrial transformation…

Duke Global Value Chains Center

Center @DukeU conducting contract research. Addresses clients’ real world questions with transparency & rigor. Global value chain expertise. #GVCs

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