Pro-Poor Development and Power Asymmetries in Global Value Chains

Pro-Poor Development and Power Asymmetries in Global Value Chains
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Listing Type: Research Reports

Ajmal Abdulsamad | Stacey Frederick | Andrew Guinn | Gary Gereffi

This report presents the asymmetric power relations in global value chains. It examines the limits of private governance and its development implications for local firms and producers in developing countries by drawing on the cases of apparel, cocoa-chocolate, and sugar-‘soft drink’ global value chains.

Geography: World
Client: Oxfam
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