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. Coe , N. M. – Dicken , P. – Hess , M. ( 2008 ): Global Production Networks: Realizing the Potential . Journal of Economic Geography 8 ( 3 ): 271 – 295 . Coviello , N

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Egy hagyományos iparág átalakulásának humán dimenziói: a magyar könnyűipar esete

Human Dimensions of a Restructuring Traditional Sector: The Case of the Hungarian Light Industry

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Authors:
Ernő Molnár
,
Márk Mészáros
, and
Csongor Nagy

Barrientos, S., Gereffi, G. & Rossi, A. (2011) Economic and social upgrading in global production networks: A new paradigm for a changing world. International Labour Review , Vol. 150. Nos 3–4. pp

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Nowadays, global production networks (GPN) and global value chains (GVC) play an important role in the world economy intensifying the trade and production networks and resulting in products having value-added in different countries. The analysis of how many intermediate products a country imports in order to produce a product and of how many products a country exports to another country in order to produce new products draws the attention to value-added trade. In the present study, we compare the Hungarian and Polish value-added trade of chemicals and chemical products. We use the OECD-WTO data of value-added trade, which is based on an input-output table. By calculating numerous indices, we reveal that the domestic value-added of chemicals and chemical products in the two countries was relatively low and should be increased by adequate economic policy.

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. Vlčková , J. ( 2019 ): SMEs in Medical Technology Global Production Networks: The Case of Czechia . Society and Economy , 41 ( 1 ): 65 – 86 .

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in Asia, especially in the last decades” (p. 54). This has major implications for all Western economies in Europe and the US and is related to the fact that this is mainly due to the region’s high density of TNC global production networks. The success

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Labour Relations . Leiden : Brill . Henderson , J. – Dicken , P. – Hess , M. – Coe , N. – Yeung , H. W.-C. ( 2002 ): Global Production Networks and the Analysis of

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, P. – Žížalová , P. ( 2014 ): Linkages and Spillovers in Global Production Networks: Firm- Level Analysis of the Czech Automotive Industry . Journal of Economic Geography 16 ( 2 ): 331 – 363

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Ernst, D., Kim, L. (2002): Global Production Networks, Knowledge Diffusion, and Local Capability Formation. Reserch Policy, 31(8-9). Global Production Networks, Knowledge Diffusion, and Local Capability Formation

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Technology Global Production Networks: The Case of Czechia . Society and Economy , 41 ( 1 ): 65 – 86 . Wang , Ch. – Clegg , J. – Kafouros , M. ( 2009 ): Country-of-Origin Effects

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the neoliberal course, and hence the space-time of the world economy appeared plain again. In addition, participating in the global production networks was considered to be advantageous for all. ‘The end of history’ became the slogan of the era. No

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