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Pieter (Jop) WOLTJER

Postdoc Economic History – University of Groningen

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Global Value Chains

Working Paper: Jobs in Global Value Chains

New Evidence for Four African Countries in International Perspective

ABSTRACT: What is the potential for job growth in Africa under participation in global value chains (GVCs)? In this study the concept of GVC jobs is introduced which tracks the number of jobs associated with GVC production of goods. A novel decomposition approach is used to account for GVC jobs by three proximate sources: global demand for final goods, a country’s GVC competitiveness (measured as the country’s share in serving global demand) and technology (workers needed per unit of output).

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Working Paper: WIOD Socio-Economic Accounts 2016

ABSTRACT: This document describes the sources and methods used for estimation of data on capital stocks and employment variables for the 43 countries included in the WIOD 2016 database, called the Socio-Economic Accounts (SEAs). Continue reading “Working Paper: WIOD Socio-Economic Accounts 2016”

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