Decomposition Internationale Des Processus Productifs Et " Economie De Bazar ": Une Analyse Sur Les Principaux Exportateurs De La Zone Euro
Raphaël Chiappini ()
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This article investigates the evolution of international production process decomposition in five Euro area members. Using trade data and a measure of vertical specialization based on input-output tables, we show that fragmentation of production has known a huge increase in Germany. It confirms the "bazaar theory" developed by Sinn (2006). Furthermore, a sectoral study and a shift-share analysis indicate that the increase in segmentation of production has occurred in sectors where German export market share is high. Our study confirms that the "overperformance" of Germany on the global market is linked to its internationalization of production strategy, especially in the automotive sector.
Keywords: International production process decomposition (IPPD); bazaar economy; vertical specialization; export' performances; manufacturing sector.; Décomposition internationale des processus productifs (DIPP); économie de bazar; spécialisation verticale; performances commerciales; secteur manufacturier (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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Published in Brussels Economic Review , Editions du DULBEA, 2012, 55 (2), pp.205-234
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Journal Article: DECOMPOSITION INTERNATIONALE DES PROCESSUS PRODUCTIFS ET « ECONOMIE DE BAZAR »:UNE ANALYSE SUR LES PRINCIPAUX EXPORTATEURS DE LA ZONE EURO (2012)
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