Emerging economies in Global Value Chains:

impacts and policy issues


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2.00 pm

Greetings by OEET President – Mario Deaglio

2.15 - 3.15 pm

Keynote lecture – Roberta Rabellotti (University of Pavia), C. Pietrobelli, A. Van Assche

Making sense of global value chain-oriented policies: the trifecta of tasks, linkages, and firms

3.30 - 5.30 pm

 Chair: Giovanni Balcet

Andrea Coveri (University of Urbino), A. Zanfei

Functional specialization in FDI and value capture in GVCs: an empirical assessment of the smile curve on a global scale

 Elena Vallino (Politecnico di Torino), L. Ridolfi, F. Laio

Trade of economically and physically scarce virtual water in a globalized food trade network

 Ivan Savin (Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona), P. Mundt, U. Cantner, H. Inoue, S. Vannuccini

Market Selection in Global Value Chains 


5.30 pm

Coffee Break

6.00 - 7.00 pm

Global Value Chain Development Report 2021: Beyond Production – Elisabetta Gentile (Asian Development Bank), G. de Vries

Is participation in global value chains driving income convergence in developing Asia? A task-based accounting approach


3rd December 2021: ONLINE SESSIONS


9.00 - 10.00 am

Keynote lecture - Jong Woo Kang (Principal Economist, Asian Development Bank)

Global and regional value chain landscape in Asia

10.15 am - 12.15 pm        

Chair: Marco Sanfilippo

Lelio Iapadre (University of L’Aquila and UNU-CRIS)

Trade openness and international production networks in emerging Asian countries

Juan S. Muñoz-Morales (IÉSEG School of Management, Paris), L. Bonilla

Import competition, foreign inputs, and labor adjustment in a developing country: evidence from Colombian liberalization

 Chahir Zaki (Cairo University), N. Aboushady

Hidden protectionism and Global Value Chains integration: evidence from Egypt


2.00 - 3.00 pm

Keynote lecture - Beata Javorcik (Chief Economist, European Bank for Reconstruction and Development and University of Oxford)

Will FDI flows and green transition reshape GVCs?

3.15 - 5.15 pm

 Chair: Giorgia Giovannetti

Pierluigi Montalbano (Università Sapienza Roma), S. Nenci

The effects of global value chain (GVC) participation on the economic growth of the agricultural and food sectors

 Sebastian FrancoBedoya (World Bank), E. Frohm

Reduced "border effects", FTAs and international trade

 Simone Cigna (Barcelona School of Economics), Vanessa Gunnella (European Central Bank), L. Quaglietti,

Global Value Chains: measurement, trends and drivers


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