Industrial Upgrading in Global Production Networks: The Case of the Chinese Automotive Industry

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Yansheng LI; Xin Xin KONG; Miao ZHANG;
  • Subject: automotive industry, foreign firms, production networks, technological capabilities
    • jel: jel:L62 | jel:L22 | jel:L14 | jel:O31

This article examines the development of China’s automotive industry. The evidence shows that integration in global production networks has stimulated upgrading of technological capabilities among automotive firms. However, the competitiveness and intra-industry analyse... View more
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