Inter-American Development Bank (IDB)

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The Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) has sponsored a series of projects, led by Duke GVC Center researchers Karina Fernandez-Stark and Penny Bamber, which include carrying out global value chains (GVC) research in a variety of Latin American countries, and also helping the Multilateral Investment Fund (MIF) of the IDB to design and evaluate new GVC projects for the region. In addition, the IDB has co-sponsored a number of international conferences and workshops on global value chains throughout Latin America, and it supported a one-week GVC training program led by Fernandez-Stark, Bamber and Gereffi at the Caribbean Center for Competitiveness at the University of the West Indies in Trinidad in October 8-12, 2012.

The Offshore Services Industry: A New Opportunity for Latin America

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Engineering Services in the Americas

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Manual: Desarrollo Económico Local y Cadenas Globales de Valor

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Case: Strengthening the Competitiveness of the Stevia Value Chain in Paraguay

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Case: Strengthening the Competitiveness of Organic Producers in Andean Microwatersheds

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Case: Conversion to Organic Cacao Cultivation in Peru

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Case: Supporting the Competitiveness of Central American Coffee

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Basic Principles and Guidelines for Impactful and Sustainable Inclusive Business Interventions in High-Value Agro-Food Value Chains

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Assessment of Five High-Value Agriculture Inclusive Business Projects

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Inclusion of Small- and Medium-Sized Producers in High-Value Agro-Food Value Chains

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Inclusion of Small- and Medium-Sized Producers in High-Value Agro-Food Value Chains

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The Promotion of Trade and Investment in Iber-America: Is Regional Promotion Possible? (In Spanish)

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