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Empirical global value chain analysis in electronics and automobile industries :An application of Asian international input-output tables

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  • Oikawa, Hiroshi
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    This study aims to examine the international value distribution structure among major East Asian economies and the US. The mainstream trade theory explains the gains from trade; however, global value chain (GVC) approach emphasises uneven benefits of globalization among trading partners. The present study is mainly based on this view, examining which economy gains the most and which the least from the East Asian production networks. Two key industries, i.e., electronics and automobile, are our principle focus. Input-output method is employed to trace the creation and flows of value-added within the region. A striking fact is that some ASEAN economies increasingly reduce their shares of value-added, taken by developed countries, particularly by Japan. Policy implications are discussed in the final section.

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    Paper provided by Institute of Developing Economies, Japan External Trade Organization(JETRO) in its series IDE Discussion Papers with number 172.

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    Publication status: Published in IDE Discussion Paper. No. 172. 2008.10
    Handle: RePEc:jet:dpaper:dpaper172

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    Keywords: East Asia; Southeast Asia; United State; International economic relations; Input-Output Analysis; Electronic industries; Automobile industry; Foreign investments; Small and medium-scale enterprises; International economic integration; Input-output tables; Global value chains;

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