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Global Production Networks and Industrial Upgrading - A Knowledge-Centered Approach

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  • Dieter Ernst

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  • Dieter Ernst, 2001. "Global Production Networks and Industrial Upgrading - A Knowledge-Centered Approach," Economics Study Area Working Papers 25, East-West Center, Economics Study Area.
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