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Deepening or delinking? Innovative capacity and global value chain participation in the IT industry

Deepening or delinking? Innovative capacity and global value chain participation in the IT industry

Deepening or delinking? Innovative capacity and global value chain participation in the IT industry

Published in Industrial and Corporate Change with Rasmus Lema, Carlo Pietrobelli and Antonio Vezzani. A summary of the article is available in the LSE Blog on Global Investments and Local Development.

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Making sense of global value chain-oriented policies: The trifecta of tasks, linkages, and firms

Making sense of global value chain-oriented policies: The trifecta of tasks, linkages, and firms

Making sense of global value chain-oriented policies: The trifecta of tasks, linkages, and firms

The editorial article of a special issue on GVC oriented policy in the Journal of International Business Policy with Ari Van Assche and Carlo Pietrobelli.

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Here you can read the article in Italian.

Green windows of opportunity: latecomer development in the age of transformation toward sustainability

Green windows of opportunity: latecomer development in the age of transformation toward sustainability

Green windows of opportunity: latecomer development in the age of transformation toward sustainability

A new article with Rasmus Lema and Xiaolan Fu introducing a Special Section on green windows of opportunity for latecomer development in renewable energies. A short article is available in the UN IATT Report for the STI Forum 2021 and a box is included in the UNCTAD Technology and Innovation Report 2021.

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Chinese and Indian MNEs’ shopping spree in advanced countries. How good it is for their innovative output?

Chinese and Indian MNEs’ shopping spree in advanced countries.  How good it is for their innovative output?

Chinese and Indian MNEs’ shopping spree in advanced countries. How good it is for their innovative output?

Chinese and Indian multinationals are continuously expanding their operations in Europe and the USA through cross-border acquisitions (CBAs), with the aim of tapping into international knowledge located in target firms and innovative hubs. In this article published in the Journal of Economic Geography with Amendolagine, Giuliani and Martinelli, we look into the innovative impacts that CBAs have on the acquiring multinational enterprises.

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