economic and social upgrading in global production networks

  title={economic and social upgrading in global production networks},
  author={Neil M. Coe and Martin Hess},
Contemporary economic globalization as a highly dynamic process has seen substantial changes in its organization, governance, geographies and impacts. These global shifts can be characterized by – among other aspects – increased functional and geographical fragmentation of production processes, various waves of outsourcing and off-shoring, changing geographies of production and consumption and associated labour market dynamics. At the same time, nation states and regional economic blocs aim at… CONTINUE READING
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