Policy Article

Risk, resilience and recalibration in global value chains

Authors

  • Holger Görg
  • Wan-Hsin Liu
  • Adnan Šerić
  • Michael Windisch
Publication Date

The Covid-19 pandemic has exposed the fragility of the global trade network underpinning global value chains. Initial disruptions in the supply chains for key medical goods due to surges in demand and newly erected trade barriers have prompted policymakers around the world to question their country’s reliance on foreign suppliers and international production networks. This column takes a closer look at China’s post-pandemic recovery and argues that its response may hold clues to the future of global value chains.

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JEL Classification
F10, F60

Key Words

  • China
  • COVID19
  • Global Value Chains
  • recalibration
  • resilience
  • Resilienz
  • risk
  • trade