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Global Research, Domestic Benefits

Gary Gereffi
Duke sociologist Gary Gereffi, right, meets with John T. Wright Sol, whose family in El Salvador operates a sugar mill using environmentally friendly technology.
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November 10, 2014
Summit on the Global Agenda 2014 - Press Conference on the Future of Manufacturing Report Launch
October 21, 2014
The Tangible Case for Infrastructure Investment
October 16, 2014
How piecemeal approach to fixing transportation infrastructure may have cost America almost 1M jobs
October 15, 2014
Infrastructure Investment Creates American Jobs
October 15, 2014
No Reason to Wait: Rebuild Now to Save American Competitiveness
September 12, 2014
DC Briefing: North Carolina in the Global Economy
September 12, 2014
Gereffi Leads DC Briefing On North Carolina In The Global Economy

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The Future of Manufacturing: Driving Capabilities, Enabling Investments

imageThis report focuses on an analysis of trends in global manufacturing, mostly from a value chain perspective, and represents a joint effort between the World Economic Forum Global Agenda Council on the Future of Manufacturing and the United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO).
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Infrastructure Investment Creates American Jobs

imageDuke CGGC researchers explored for the Alliance of America Manufacturing the current state of transportation infrastructure and the economic impact of additional investment in renewing infrastructure. They found that the U.S. ranks 16th overall in transportation infrastructure and that each dollar of investment returns 3.54 in economic activity, creating 21,671 jobs for each $1 billion invested in transportation infrastructure.
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Nicaragua and the Apparel Value Chain in the Americas

imageThis report explores how U.S. regional textile and apparel manufacturers are linked to the U.S. industry through textile exports and apparel imports and the the role of trade legislation in the past, present and future of the industry in Nicaragua and the United States.
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The Economic Impact of the High Point Market

imageThe Center on Globalization, Governance & Competitiveness at Duke University was engaged by the High Point Market Authority (HPMA) to conduct a comprehensive economic and fiscal impact of the High Point Market located in High Point, NC.
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Costa Rica in Global Value Chains: An Upgrading Analysis

imageDuke CGGC embarked on this study for the Ministry of Foreign Trade (COMEX) in Costa Rica to understand the participation of Costa Rica in four global value chains: medical devices, electronics, aerospace and offshore services. The ultimate goal of this study was to provide a set of recommendations to the Costa Rican government to enhance the participation and upgrading in the industries selected.
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