Connectivity and interactions between global value chains and foreign direct investment networks

Client/Funding Institution

Anniversary Fund of the Oesterreichische Nationalbank

Abstract

The research project uses a mix of panel data econometric modelling and innovative complex network analysis techniques to study the topological properties, dynamics and interactions between the global value chain and the global foreign direct investment networks at aggregate and sectoral levels. The project analyses the mutual impacts between FDI and GVC participation, analyses the relative importance of countries and sectors from the perspective of multilateral connectivity and relatedness between sectors in general, as well as zooms in on the digital cluster and economic integration and connectivity dynamics involving the EU and the CESEE countries in policy-oriented case studies. Inter alia the project expands the country and time coverage of the world input-output database.

Duration

May 2020 - October 2021

wiiw team Leader

Amat Adarov

wiiw Staff

Birgit Buschbom, Oliver Reiter, Monika Schwarzhappel, Robert Stehrer, Goran Vuksic, David Zenz

Keywords: global value chains, foreign direct investment, economic networks, cross-border connectivity, international trade, world input-output data

Countries covered: non specific

Research Areas: Macroeconomic Analysis and Policy, International Trade, Competitiveness and FDI, Sectoral studies


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