Global fragmentation of production and its effects for developing countries

  • Modou Ndiaye

Student thesis: Master typesMaster de spécialisation en économie internationale et du développement


The twilight of the 19th century and the dawn of the 20th century saw the emergence of Global Value Chains in international trade which shows a new way of participating in world trade. They have taken a leading role in international trade and therefore their accounting becomes a major paradigm that should be considered especially for developing countries. Thus, the relevance of this paper lies in the fact that the GVCs are studied for the countries which participate considerably in them, in contrast to the developing countries. This paper proposes an exploratory and descriptive study of the participation of developing countries in GVCs and their effects on development.
la date de réponse2021
langue originaleAnglais
L'institution diplômante
  • Universite de Namur
SuperviseurLorenzo Trimarchi (Promoteur) & Guohao Yang (Copromoteur)

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