Call for Papers
Sixth Workshop on Global Value Chains
European Trade Policy Impact on Global Value Chains
Roma Tre University, 21-22 May 2020.
The production of most goods is increasingly organised along Global Value Chains, in which different stages of the production process are fragmented across countries. Since the 2008 great crisis and unlike the previous booming decades, the expansion of Global Value Chains and trade has slowed down. In Euro area countries, the Global Value Chains slowdown seems to be of a minor intensity. European firms and regions remain extensively involved in cross-border production chains, and their Global Value Chains participation is relatively high compared with the world average and most other economies.
The Rossi-Doria Centre Sixth Workshop will focus on Europe in the age of changing Global Value Chains, addressing different topics from both micro and macro level perspectives. The aim of this two-days Workshop is to bring together researchers working on Global Value Chains topics to present and discuss their ongoing research. To this aim, the Centre has opened a call for papers reserved to Ph.D. students, Postdocs and young scholars.
Daria Taglioni, The World Bank (WB)
Robert Stehrer, The Vienna Institute for International Economic Studies (WIIW)
Organizing Committee: Anna Giunta, Veronica Notaro, Eleonora Pierucci.
Scientific Committee: Riccardo Crescenzi, Anna Giunta, Silvia Nenci, Carlo Pietrobelli, Roberta Rabellotti, Luca Salvatici, Domenico Scalera.