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Articles, documents et discours connexes

La liste ci-après comprend une sélection d'articles de recherche d'organisations internationales, d'initiatives de nature générale et de discours qui sont liés à la question des chaînes de valeur mondiale.

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OMC

ESCAITH, H. (2013), “ Measuring Trade in Goods and Services”, Forum du commerce international.

Trade in Value-Added: Concepts, Methodologies and Challenges (Joint OECD-WTO Note, 2012)

ESCAITH, H. (2008), “Measuring trade in value added in the new industrial economy: statistical implications,” Actes du 12ème colloque de l'Association française de Comptabilité nationale, INSEE
Méthodes N°122 and MPRA Paper 14454, Munich.

ESCAITH, H., LINDENBERG, N., and MIROUDOT, S. (2010), “International Supply Chains and Trade Elasticity in Times of Global Crisis”, Documents de travail établis par des fonctionnaires de l'OMC ERSD-2010-08, février.

LAMY, P. (2011), “Global Manufacturing and Outsourcing of Business Functions”, Forum mondial sur les statistiques du commerce
organisé par l'Eurostat, la DSNU et l'OMC, Genève, Suisse.

Jara A. (2010), Le DGA M. Jara préconise une autre façon d’envisager les statistiques commerciales, discours d’orientation fait lors de la Conférence sur la base de données mondiale des Entrées-Sorties tenue à Vienne, Autriche.

— (2010a), Discours d'ouverture à la conférence devant le Sénat français à Paris, “Mondialisation des chaînes productives industrielles et mesure du commerce international en valeur ajoutée”, Sénat français — Paris.

— (2010b), “Économie et commerce international: quelques fausses vérités”, Conférence sur le commerce et la mondialisation inclusive, École d’économie de Paris.

MAURER, A., and DEGAIN, C. (2010), “Globalization and trade flows: what you see is not what you get!”, Documents de travail établis par des fonctionnaires de l'OMC No. ERSD-2010-12.
  

OCDE

Trade in Value-Added: Concepts, Methodologies and Challenges (Joint OECD-WTO Note, 2012)

ARAUJO, S. (2009), “Vertical specialization and global value chains”, OECD, STD/SES/WPTGS (2009)16.

DeBacker, K. (2011), Global Value Chains: preliminary evidence and policy issues, OECD document DSTI/IND/(2011)3

Liapis, P. (2011), “Changing Patterns of Trade in Processed Agricultural Products”, OECD Food, Agriculture and Fisheries Working Papers, No. 47, OECD Publishing. http://dx.doi.org/10.1787/5kgc3mq19s6d-en

MIROUDOT, S., and RAGOUSSIS, A. (2009), “Vertical trade, trade costs and FDI”, OECD, TAD/TC/WP(2008)23.

MIROUDOT, S., LANZ, R., and RAGOUSSIS, A. (2009), “Trade in intermediate goods and services”, OECD, TAD/TC/WP(2009)1.

OECD, Measuring Globalisation — OECD Handbook on Economic Globalisation Indicators (2005)

OECD, Measuring Globalisation: OECD Economic Globalisation Indicators 2010 (2010)
  

IDE-JETRO

HIRATSUKA, D. (2010), “Characteristics and determinants of East Asia’s trade patterns”, in Hiratsuka, D. and Uchida, Y. (eds),  “Input Trade and Production Networks in East Asia”, IDE-Jetro.

IDE-JETRO (2006), “How to make the Asian input-output Tables”, Institute of Developing Economies, March.

MENG, B. and QU, C. (2008), “Application of the input-output decomposition technique to China’s regional economies”, Journal of Applied Regional Science, No. 13, pp. 27-46.

OKAMOTO, N. and INOMATA, S. (2011), “To what extent will the shock be alleviated? — The evaluation of China’s counter-crisis fiscal expansion —”, in Inomata, S. (ed), “Asia Beyond the Global Economic Crisis, The transmission mechanism of financial shocks”, Edward Elgar Publishing.
  

WIOD

DIETZENBACHER, E. and LOS, B. (1998), “Structural decomposition techniques: Sense and sensitivity”, Economic Systems Research, 10, 307-323.

DIETZENBACHER, E., ROMERO, L. and BOSMA, N.S. (2005), “Using Average Propagation Lengths to Identify Production Chains in the Andalusian Economy,” in Estudios de Economia Aplicada, vol. 23.
  

Autres

World Economic Forum: The Shifting Geography of Global Value Chains: Implications for Developing Countries and Trade Policy

BALDWIN, R. (2006), “Globalisation: the great unbundling(s)”, presented at the Economic Council of Finland.

DAUDIN, G., RIFFLART, C., SCHWEISGUTH, D. (2009), “Who produces for whom in the world economy?”, OFCE, No. 2009‑18

GROSSMAN, G.M. and ROSSI-HANSBERG, E. (2006), “The Rise of Offshoring: It’s Not Wine for Cloth Anymore”, prepared for the symposium sponsored by the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City on “The New Economic Geography: Effects and Policy Implications,” Jackson Hole, Wyoming, August 24-26.

HUMMELS, D., ISHII, J., and YI, K-M. (2001), “The nature and growth of vertical specialization in world trade”, Journal of International Economics, Elsevier, vol. 54(1), pages 75-96, June.

IKENSEN, D. (2009), “Made on Earth – How Global Economic Integration Renders Trade Policy Obsolete”, The Cato Institute, December 2.

ISAKSON, H. (2011), “The importance of exports and services trade re-evaluated ”, Swedish National Board of Trade, VoxEU.org.

ISAKSON, H. (2007), “Adding value to the European economy”, Swedish National Board of Trade.

JOHNSON,  R. and  NOGUERA, G. (2011), “The value-added content of trade”, VoxEU.org

JOHNSON, R. C., and NOGUERA, G. (2009), “Accounting for intermediate production sharing and trade in value adde”.

KAWAKAMI, M. and STURGEON, T. (2010), “Global Value Chains in the Electronics Industry” in Cattaneo, O., Gereffi, G. and Staritz, C. (eds), "Global Value Chains in a Postcrisis World”, World Bank, Washington, DC.

KOOPMAN, R., POWERS, W., WANG Z., WEI, S-J. (2010), “Give Credit Where Credit is Due: Tracing Value Added in Global Production Chains”, NBER Working Paper No. 16426
Presentation

MA, A.C., VAN ASSCHE, A. and HONG, C. (2008), “Global Production networks and China’s Processing Trade”, Journal of Asian Economics, Elsevier, vol. 20(6), pp. 640-654, November.

Sturgeon, T. and Gereffi, G. (2009), “Measuring Success in the Global Economy: International Trade, Industrial Upgrading, and Business Function Outsourcing in Global Value Chains” in Transnational Corporations Vol. 18 No. 2.



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