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The automobile and transportation industries have been considered a classic example of a producer-driven value chain. The Duke GVC Center researchers, in collaboration with scholars at other universities, have published a wide range of articles on the automotive and transportation industries in the United States, Canada, Mexico, and China. Some of this research was supported by Industry Canada.

Chapter 4: Korea and the Shipbuilding Global Value Chain

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The Philippines in the Shipbuilding Global Value Chain

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The Philippines in the Aerospace Global Value Chain

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The Philippines in the Automotive Global Value Chain

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Infrastructure Investment Creates American Jobs

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Costa Rica in the Aerospace Global Value Chain: Opportunities for Entry & Upgrading: Chapter 4

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The NSPS Shipbuilding Value Chains

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U.S. Bus Rapid Transit

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Nova Scotia’s Ocean Technologies: A Global Value Chain Analysis of Inshore & Extreme Climate Vehicles, Unmanned Underwater Vehicles, and Underwater Sensors & Instrumentation

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Case Study: A123 Systems Local Markets and Competitiveness, A Value Chain Analysis

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U.S. Manufacture of Rail Vehicles for Intercity Passenger Rail and Urban Transit: A Value Chain Analysis

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Lithium-ion Batteries for Electric Vehicles: The U.S. Value Chain

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U.S. Adoption of High-Efficiency Motors and Drives: Lessons Learned

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Public Transit Buses: A Green Choice Gets Greener

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Hybrid Drivetrains for Medium- and Heavy-Duty Trucks: Chapter 9

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Auxiliary Power Units for Trucks: Chapter 3

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Brazilian Manufacturing in International Perspective: A Global Value Chain Analysis of Brazil’s Aerospace, Medical Devices, and Electronics Sectors

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Globalisation of the Automotive Industry: Main Features and Trends

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The North American Automotive Value Chain: Canada's Role and Prospects

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Value Chains, Networks and Clusters: Reframing the Global Automotive Industry

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Prospects for Canada in the NAFTA Automotive Industry: A Global Value Chain Analysis

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Shipbuilding in Nova Scotia

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Philippines Participation in GVCs: Analysis and Findings

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U.S. Passenger and Transit Rail Equipment Manufacture: Final Data

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Passenger and Transit Rail Vehicles: The U.S. Supply Chain

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U.S. Transit Bus Industry: A Value Chain Analysis

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Low-Carbon Competitiveness and U.S. Hybrid Trucks

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Six Competitive Characteristics of the Hybrid Truck Industry

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The NSPS Shipbuilding Value Chains

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The NSPS Shipbuilding Value Chains (Lunenburg Press Presentation)

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The NSPS Shipbuilding Value Chains (Ships Start Here Panel)

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Infrastructure Investment Creates American Jobs

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New Tool for Cities Hopping on Bus Rapid Transit

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Duke University Bus Rapid Transit seminar focuses on building the industry

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Several states to benefit economically if U.S. invests in public transit

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Duke study: U.S. positioned to lead hybrid commercial truck industry

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Shipbuilding contracts should lead to 30 years of opportunity

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Sydney companies mentioned in shipbuilding report

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NS must become centre of shipbuilding excellence, study says

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Analysis from Duke University on growth in the electronics and shipbuilding industries

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