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|Title:||Value chains and the Great Recession: evidence from italian and german firms|
|Document Type:||Research paper|
|Abstract:||Global Value Chains (GVCs) have been one of the main transmission mechanisms of 2009 the Great Trade Collapse. Our paper provides a description of the effects of the crisis from a perspective that is both country-comparative (Germany and Italy) and on firm level. Two are the main conclusions: i) intermediate firms were hit by the crisis more than final firms; ii) firms’ position in GVCs and their strategies explain part of the performance gap between Italian and German firms.|
|Appears in Collections:||The impact of the Great Recession on manufacturing firms. Workshop proceedings|
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