Domestic Supplier Spillovers of Global Value Chains in Central and Eastern European Countries
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The article extends existing sectoral analyses of the internationalisation process in the EU by complementing qualitative studies of supplier linkages with a novel aggregate input-output approach to measuring the structure of supplier linkages. Examining changes in the structure of domestic and global supplier linkages over the period 2000 to 2014, we find that the new Central and Eastern European EU Member States exhibit a specific pattern that differs from that of the old EU countries. Above-average decreases in purely domestic value chains and a decrease in the share of global integration with complex domestic supplier linkages combined with an above-average increase in global integration with no domestic supplier linkages show the uneven pattern of the internationalisation process in the European Union and reveal the structural position of the European Eastern integrated peripheries.
Keywords: European integration; integrated periphery; supplier linkages; input-output analysis; middle income trap (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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