The intangible economy : how services shape global production and consumption /
The Intangible Economy: How Services Shape Global Production and Consumption studies aspects of the role of services in development as well as on particular sectoral issues, always with policy considerations lurking not far from the analysis. The volume highlights the evolution and significance of s...
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Cambridge University Press,
|Series:||Development trajectories in global value chains.
- Services and development: context and perspectives
- Contextualizing services in the world economy / Low and Hassani
- Services and development: priorities for reform / Findlay
- Gainfully linking into global value chains: a middle-income country's perspective / Abrenica
- Who governs global value chains? / Stephenson and Pfister
- Supply chain finance / Pasadilla
- Regional, national and industry analyses of the services economy
- Services and economic integration in ASEAN / Tijaja
- Indian IT firms: the push for innovation / Nathan, Sarkar and Mehta
- Leveraging business process outsourcing for growth / Mukherji and Rawat
- Services in global value chains and the impact of policy / Cheung and Sit.