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The Resource Production Networks and Enterprises in East Asia : Industry and Firm-Level Analysis

Production Networks and Enterprises in East Asia : Industry and Firm-Level Analysis

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Production Networks and Enterprises in East Asia : Industry and Firm-Level Analysis
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Production Networks and Enterprises in East Asia
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Industry and Firm-Level Analysis
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Production Networks and Enterprises in East Asia : Industry and Firm-Level Analysis
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  • Intro -- Acknowledgments -- Contents -- Contributors -- Abbreviations -- Part I: Introduction and Overview -- Part II: Industry Analysis in East Asia -- Part III: Firm-Level Analysis in East Asia -- Part IV: Beyond East Asia -- Index -- Chapter 12: Global Value Chains and Least Developed Countries in Asia: Cost and Capability Considerations in Cambodia and Nepal -- Chapter 13: Donor Support for Connecting Firms in Asia to Value Chains -- Chapter 8: Production Networks, Profits, and Innovative Activity: Evidence from Malaysia and Thailand -- Chapter 7: Production Networks in Asia: A Case Study from the Hard Disk Drive Industry -- Chapter 9: Understanding Innovation in Production Networks in Firms in the Peoplés Republic of China, Thailand, and the Phili... -- Chapter 10: SME Internationalization Through Global Value Chains and Free Trade Agreements: Evidence from Malaysia -- Chapter 11: SME Finance and Trade at the Firm-Level: Evidence from the Peoplés Republic of China and ASEAN Economies -- Chapter 4: The Changing Nature of the Production Network in East Asia -- Chapter 5: Exports of Parts and Components by Different Types of Firms in the Peoplés Republic of China: A Comprehensive Exam... -- Chapter 6: The Evolution of Industrial Networks in East Asia: Stylized Facts and Role of Trade Facilitation Policies -- Chapter 1: Introduction -- Chapter 3: Production Networks in East Asia: What We Know So Far -- Chapter 2: Toward T̀̀rade Policy Analysis 2.0:́́ From National Comparative Advantage to Firm-Level Trade Data -- 2.1 Trade Realities and Theories: The Role of Globalization and Technological Progress -- 2.2 The New Political Challenges: The Blurring Line Between Trade and Other Domestic Economic Policies -- 2.3 Toward Trade Policy Analysis 2.0: Taking Advantage of Existing Firm-Level Trade Data -- References
  • 3.4 Conditions for Production Networks -- 3.1 East Asia Leading the World -- 3.2 Overview -- 3.3 Structure and Mechanics -- 1.1 Global Production Networks and Economic Transformation -- 1.2 The Dynamics of Production Networks in East Asia -- 1.3 Aim of the Book -- 1.4 Understanding Comparative Advantage, Production Networks, and Firms -- 1.5 Industry-Level Analysis: Gross Trade and Trade in Value Added -- 1.6 Firm-Level Analysis: Industrial Organization and Technological Capabilities -- 1.7 Firm-Level Analysis: Finance and SME Internationalization -- 1.8 Latecomers and Donor Support -- 1.9 Concluding Observations -- References -- 6.1 Introduction -- 5.3 Empirical Models of Parts and Components Trade by Different Types of Firms -- 5.4 Empirical Results -- 5.1 Introduction -- 5.2 Descriptive Statistics -- 4.5 Summary and Discussion -- Appendix -- References -- 4.1 Introduction -- 4.2 Evolution of East Asiás Trade Patterns: When the Supporting Actor Becomes the Lead -- 3.5 Properties and Implications -- 3.6 The Way Ahead -- References -- 4.3 Measuring Trade Distance -- 4.4 The Gravity Model Approach -- 11.1 Introduction -- 11.2 Related Literature -- 11.3 Data and Empirical Framework -- 10.5 Free Trade Agreement Use -- 10.6 Conclusion -- Appendix -- References -- 10.1 Introduction -- 10.2 Literature Review -- 10.3 Data and Summary Statistics -- 10.4 Global Value Chain Participation -- 9.1 Introduction -- 9.2 Theoretical and Empirical Literature -- 8.3 Mapping Production Networks -- 8.4 Evidence from Firm-Level Data -- 9.3 Specification and Variables -- 9.4 Data and Results -- 8.5 Conclusions -- Appendix -- References -- 9.5 Conclusions -- References -- 7.1 Introduction -- 7.2 Literature on Production Networks -- 7.3 Evolution of the HDD Industry in East Asia -- 6.4 Conclusions -- References -- 7.4 Production Networks in the HDD Industry
  • 6.3 Tariffs, Transport, and Trade Facilitation -- 5.5 Concluding Observations -- References -- 8.1 Introduction -- 8.2 Literature Review -- 7.6 Participation of Indigenous Suppliers in Production Networks -- 7.5 Features of Production Networks -- 7.7 Summary -- References -- 13.1 Introduction -- 13.2 Promoting Private Investment in Asia -- 12.4 Nepal Case Study -- 12.1 Introduction -- 12.3 Cambodia Case Study -- 11.4 Estimation Results -- 11.5 Economic Significance and Policy Implications -- 11.6 Conclusions -- References -- 12.5 Conclusions -- References -- 13.6 Conclusion -- References -- 13.3 Challenges in Connecting to Value Chains -- 13.4 Aid for Trade -- 13.5 Aid for Trade: Regional Context -- 13.5.1 General Training and Education -- 13.5.2 Policy and Administration Management -- 13.5.3 Building Productive Capacities -- 13.4.1 Aid for Economic Infrastructure -- 13.4.2 Aid for Building Productive Capacity -- 13.4.3 Technical Assistance for Trade Policy and Regulations -- 13.4.4 Largest Donors in Asia -- 13.4.5 Largest Recipient Countries in Asia -- 12.4.3 Conclusion of the Nepal Case Study -- 11.5.1 How Large Are the Drivers of Export Participation, Firm Size, and Access to Credit for SMEs? -- 11.5.2 Policy Implications: Can SMEs Participate in Export Markets, Gain Scale Economies, and Access More Credit? -- 11.4.1 Baseline Regressions -- 11.4.2 Robustness Checks -- 12.3.1 The Garment Global Value Chain -- 12.3.2 Firm-Level Organization -- 12.3.3 Social and Economic Upgrading -- 12.3.5 Conclusion of the Cambodia Case Study -- 12.2.1 Case Studies -- 12.2.2 Policy Implications -- 12.2.3 Organizing Concepts: Governance Structures and Upgrading Trajectories -- 12.2.4 Upgrading Trajectories -- 12.4.1 Global Value Chain Participation -- 12.4.2 Challenges Inhibiting Access to Global Value Chains
  • 13.2.1 Changing the Context of Public-Private Cooperation in Development -- 13.2.2 Changing the Development Finance Landscape -- 13.2.3 Bilateral Donors and the Private Sector -- 13.2.4 Other Donors and the Private Sector -- 13.2.5 Innovative Approaches to Financing Private Investment -- 7.5.1 Determination of International Production Networks -- 7.5.2 Logistics to Facilitate Production Networks -- 7.6.1 American Anchor Firms and Indigenous Suppliers in Singapore -- 7.6.2 American Anchor Firms and Indigenous Suppliers in Malaysia -- 7.6.3 Japanese Dominant Suppliers in Thailand -- 8.2.1 A New Trend in Trade: Production Network Trade -- 8.2.2 Quantifying the Trade in Production Networks -- 8.2.3 Effect on Wages and Employment: Concerns in the Developed World -- 8.2.4 Links Between Outsourcing and Innovation in Firms -- 8.2.6 Research Gap -- 8.2.7 Hypotheses -- 6.3.3 Transport and Trade Facilitation -- 6.3.4 Regional Production Networks and Shock Transmission -- 6.3.1 Cascading Transaction Costs in Production Networks -- 6.3.2 Tariff Duties, Effective Rate of Protection, and Tax on Domestic Value Added -- 7.4.1 Procurement from Overseas Suppliers -- 7.4.2 Procurement from Domestic Suppliers -- 7.3.1 Production Fragmentation in the HDD Industry -- 7.3.2 Extension to a New Frontier of Thailand -- 7.3.3 Clusters in Other Southeast Asian Countries -- 9.4.1 Firm-Level Dataset -- 9.4.2 Constructing the TI and Comparing with RandD -- 9.4.3 T-Tests Between Exporters and Non-exporters -- 9.4.4 Econometric Results -- 8.4.1 Dataset -- 8.4.2 Key Variables -- 8.4.3 Econometric Analysis -- 9.2.1 Approaches to Firm-Level Exports -- 9.2.2 Lalĺs Taxonomy and the Technology Index -- 9.2.3 Econometric Studies -- 10.4.1 Characteristics of SMEs That Participate in Global Value Chains -- 10.3.1 Characteristics of Firms -- 10.2.1 Global Value Chain Participation
  • 10.2.2 Free Trade Agreement Preference Utilization -- 10.5.1 Characteristics of SMEs That Use Free Trade Agreements -- 10.5.2 Impediments to Free Trade Agreement Use and Support Sought -- 11.3.1 Summary Statistics -- 11.3.2 Estimation Methodology -- 4.4.1 Additional Data -- 4.4.2 Methodology -- 4.4.3 Results of the Gravity Model Approach -- 4.3.1 Results of Trade Distance -- 3.5.1 Gains from Fragmentation -- 3.5.2 Durability, Footloose FDI, and the Response to the Global Financial Crisis -- 3.5.3 Decoupling or Dependence on G3 Demand? -- 3.5.4 PRC: Threat or Opportunity? -- 3.5.5 Technology Spillover, Technology Transfer, and Export Creation -- 3.5.6 Impacts on Parent Country Economies -- 4.2.1 East Asiás Changing Trade Patterns -- 4.5.1 Summary -- 4.5.2 East Asia as a Global Mall: Possible Drivers and Implications -- 5.2.1 Relative Shares of PRC Exports by Different Types of Firms -- 5.2.2 Major Destinations for PRC Exports of Parts and Components -- 5.2.3 Extensive and Intensive Margins -- 5.4.1 The Basic Model -- 5.4.2 Summary of Region-Specific Effects of PRC Exports -- 5.3.1 The Basic Model -- 6.2.1 A Network Approach to Mapping Value Chains in East Asia -- 6.2.2 Input-Output Models and Supply Chain Analyses -- Box 6.1 Note on Average Propagation Lengths -- 6.2.3 Development of L̀̀ength ́́Analyses of Supply Chains -- 6.2.4 Analytical Results -- 3.3.1 Fragmentation Theory -- 3.3.2 Vertical Specialization, Vertical FDI, and Vertical Intra-industry Trade -- 3.3.3 Fragmentation and Agglomeration -- 3.3.4 Services Offshoring -- 3.4.1 Regional Comparison and Inter-regional Links -- 3.4.2 Skewed Distribution of Production Networks -- 3.4.3 Trade Liberalization and FTA Utilization -- 3.4.4 Trade Facilitation and Infrastructure Development -- 3.4.5 Exchange Rate Volatility -- 4.4.3.1 Baseline Pooled Regression -- 4.4.3.2 Time Trends
  • 10.4.1.1 Econometric Results
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