New Evidence for Twenty-five Low- and Middle-Income Countries

ABSTRACT: Using newly developed data, the evolution of job and productivity growth in global value chains (GVCs) is analyzed for 25 low- and middle-income countries. GVC jobs are found to be more productive than non-GVC jobs. Their share in the total labor force is small, in particular for low-income countries. Growth in GVC jobs varies widely across countries in the period 2000–2014. Continue reading “Article: Jobs and Productivity Growth in Global Value Chains”