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    Mining Global Value Chains: New Opportunities and Old Obstacles for Developing Countries

Mining Global Value Chains: New Opportunities and Old Obstacles for Developing Countries

By Carlo Pietrobelli (University Roma Tre and UNU-MERIT)

 

 

Mining activities in developing countries have traditionally been considered a form of economic enclave, with limited linkages to the local economy. This column challenges this view by arguing that mining activities are increasingly organized as global value chains (GVCs). Moreover, developments in science and technology are opening up new opportunities for innovative […]

May 10th, 2019|Location, Policy|0 Comments|

What policies work for FDI?

     

By Riccardo Crescenzi (LSE), Marco Di Cataldo (LSE) and Mara Giua (LSE, University Roma Tre)

 

National and sub-national governments around the world have deployed a wide array of public policy tools to attract Foreign Direct Investment – from tax breaks and light regulations to subsidised facilities and new transport infrastructure. The problem is that there is very limited evidence to […]