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La inserción de América Latina en las cadenas globales de valor

  • Victor Prochnik (Coordinador)

    (Red MERCOSUR)

  • João Alberto De Negri
  • Celso Garrido
  • Vinicius Rodrigues Peçanha
  • Leonardo E. Stanley
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    Este libro examina la integración de firmas latinoamericanas al modelo de Cadenas Globales de Valor (cgv), analizando la formación de cadenas lideradas por firmas de los países de América Latina y evaluando su impacto sobre el comercio, la inversión y el dualismo estructural. Aunque la adopción de cadenas globales de valor aún es incipiente en la región y es bastante heterogénea entre países, existen prácticas diversas de esta nueva forma de organizar la producción que son relevantes no sólo para la comprensión de su impacto en la economía de la región, sino también para la concepción de políticas e incentivos en este dominio. En México, por ejemplo, la nueva inserción se debe en menor proporción a una dinámica endógena y está mayormente ligada a la llegada masiva de inversión extranjera directa. Frente a la apertura de mercados y a la competencia china, América del Sur se caracteriza por la diversidad de respuestas para adaptarse a estas nuevas dinámicas, y existen casos como la cadena automovilística brasileña en que se da una fuerte interacción entre empresas globales y un mercado interno dinámico. En los capítulos de este libro, el lector encontrará reseñas sobre los países de América del Sur, América Central y México, así como análisis de casos específicos de las cadenas electrónica y automovilística brasileñas.

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    This book is provided by Red Mercosur in its series Serie Red MERCOSUR with number 19 and published in 2010.
    Volume: 1
    Edition: 1
    Handle: RePEc:rmc:serred:19
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