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Author
Szalay Zsuzsanna Eszter (Corvinus University of Budapest, Hungary)
Title
Integrated Trade with Disintegrated Production in the Context of Global Value Chains
Integracja handlu a dezintegracja produkcji w kontekście globalnego łańcucha wartości
Source
Horyzonty Polityki, 2015, vol. 6, nr 17, s. 13-34, rys., tab., bibliogr. 31 poz.
Issue title
European Economy and Geopolitics
Keyword
Łańcuch wartości, Geopolityka, Podejmowanie decyzji, Gospodarka sieciowa
Value chain, Geopolitics, Decision making, Network economy
Note
streszcz., summ.
Abstract
Celem niniejszego artykułu jest pokazanie, w jaki sposób koncepcja globalnego łańcucha wartości (GVC) rozprzestrzenił się od początku 2000 roku. W artykule założono, że GVC nie jest już tylko pojęciem lub ramy analityczne; raczej, że nowy typ jednostki gospodarczej pojawiło. Artykuł jest oparty na porównaniu literatury, który służył do wyszukiwania głównych kryteriów podejmowania decyzji. W artykule stwierdzono, że główne kryteria podejmowania decyzji w oparciu o gospodarkach sieci, za którą duch informacjonalizmu można znaleźć. Połączenie między stylizowanych modeli Powella rynków, hierarchia, sieci i teoretyczne ramy Gereffi w struktury zarządzania w GVCs została odkryta. Powell-Gereffi połączeniu modelu reprezentuje jasno opisane sposoby rządzenia. Papier pyta, czy cały system gospodarczy jest objęte podziałem Powell-Gereffi. Kornai i Braudel zarówno uznane rutynowego funkcjonowania gospodarki podstawowej, bez którego cała gospodarka straci stabilność. Konieczne jest sformułowanie jak to roślinny lub infra-gospodarka dotyczy GVCs i naszej zglobalizowanej gospodarce światowej. W artykule interpretuje krzywą uśmiech (the Smile Curve), i określa możliwy sposób pomiaru zakłóceń uśmiechem. (abstrakt oryginalny)

The objective of this paper is to show how the global value chain (GVC) concept has spread since the early 2000s. The article assumes that GVC is no longer just a concept or an analytical framework; rather that a new type of business unit has emerged. The article is based on the literature comparison which served to search the main decision-making criteria. The article found that the main decision-making criteria are based on the economies of a network, behind which the spirit of informationalism can be found. The connection between Powell's stylized models of markets, hierarchy, networks and Gereffi's theoretical framework of governance structure at GVCs was discovered. The Powell-Gereffi combined model represents clearly described modalities of governance. The paper asks whether the entire economic system is covered by the Powell-Gereffi division. Kornai and Braudel both recognized the routine functioning of the basic-economy, without which the whole economy would lose its stability. It is necessary to formulate how this vegetative or infra-economy relates to the GVCs and to our globalized world economy. The article interprets the Smile Curve, and determines a possible way of measuring the distortion of smile. (original abstract)
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ISSN
2082-5897
Language
eng
URI / DOI
http://dx.doi.org/10.17399/HP.2015.061701
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