Anticipating exclusion: Global supply chains and Chinese business responses to the Trans-Pacific Partnership

@article{Gulotty2020AnticipatingEG,
  title={Anticipating exclusion: Global supply chains and Chinese business responses to the Trans-Pacific Partnership},
  author={Robert J. Gulotty and Xiaojun Li},
  journal={Business and Politics},
  year={2020},
  volume={22},
  pages={253 - 278}
}
Abstract Preferential trade agreements (PTAs) promise exclusive access for their members at the expense of excluded parties. But what does this exclusivity mean for firms in nonmember states if production networks are internationally organized? This paper analyzes the effect of PTA exclusion on firms embedded in the global supply chains, focusing on the case of China's exclusion from the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP). Drawing on a survey of Chinese firm managers during the TPP negotiations… 
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