The Evolution of Indonesia’s Participation in Global Value Chains
The evolving role of Indonesia in GVCs and its exports have impacts on economic performance. However, in a highly globalized environment, the fragmentation of production processes across geographical borders calls for a reevaluation of countries’ contributions to global production. The report draws on recent empirical and theoretical frameworks in GVC analysis and multiregional input–output tables compiled by the Asian Development Bank.
- Foreword by the Vice-President for Knowledge Management, Asian Development Bank
- Foreword by the Vice-President, Country Programs, Islamic Development Bank
- Indonesia’s Production and Value-Added Exports
- Indonesia’s Participation, Position, and Specialization in Global Value Chains
- Examining Other Aspects of Global Value Chains: The Case of Indonesia
- Reaping the Benefits of Global Value Chain Participation: Conclusion and Policy Recommendations