METHODS OF PERFORMANCE EVALUATION OF RUSSIA’S PARTICIPATION IN GVC AND THE FORMING OF EFFECTIVE VALUE CHAINS INVOLVING ASIA-PACIFIC COUNTRIES

Cover Page

Abstract


Increasing competition among Asia-Pacific countries producers leads to a continuous search for tools that provide long-term competitive advantage and enable businesses to operate effectively in a volatile external environment. One such tool is the country’s participation in global value chains (GVC). High rates of development in most Asia-Pacific countries are connected with the growth of their involvement in the GVC, as well as the use of imported components and materials for increased production and exports.Objective of this paper consists in understanding the structure of the GVC and identifying possibility for Russian integration into the effective chains. The paper describes the characteristics of a modern methodological basis of GVC study, including the definition of the main deficiencies and developing a method of performance evaluation and improvement of the GVC for Russian enterprises with the Pacific Rim countries.


About the authors

P S Andreev

Irkutsk State Transport University

Author for correspondence.
Email: ps.andreyev@gmail.com
Chernyshevsky str., 15, Irkutsk, Russia, 664074

post-graduate student of the department “World Economy and Economic Theory”, Federal State Budget Educational Institution of Higher Education “Irkutsk State Transport University”

References

  1. Zuev V., Ostrovskaya E. and Dunaeva M. (2014) Razvitie nacional’nyh ehkonomik v ramkah GCSS: prichiny i formy vstraivaniya stran v global’nye cepochki sozdaniya stoimosti // Vestnik Universiteta (Gosudarstvennyj universitet upravleniya). 4(1). Pp. 107—116. (In Russ.).
  2. Meshkova T. and Moiseichev E. (2015) Mirovye tendencii razvitiya global’nyh cepochek sozdaniya dobavlennoj stoimosti i uchastie v nih Rossii // Vestnik Finansovogo universiteta. 4(1). Pp. 107—116. (In Russ.).]
  3. Gereffi, G. (1999) International trade and industrial upgrading in the apparel commodity chain. Journal of International Economics. 48(1). Pp. 37—70. doi: 10.1016/s0022-1996(98)00075-0.
  4. Gereffi, G., Humphrey, J. and Sturgeon, T. (2005) The governance of global value chains. Review of International Political Economy. 12(1). Pp. 78—104. doi: 10.1080/09692290500049805.
  5. Grant, R. (2016) Contemporary strategy analysis: text and cases edition. 9th ed. Hoboken, NJ: John Wiley & Sons.
  6. Isard, W. (1951) Interregional and Regional Input-Output Analysis: A Model of a Space-Economy. The Review of Economics and Statistics. 33(4). P. 318. doi: 10.2307/1926459.
  7. Kaplinsky, R. (2013) Global Value Chains: where they came from, where they are going and why this is important. IKD Working Paper. 68(1). UK: The Open University.
  8. Leontief, W. and Strout, A. (1963) Multiregional Input-Output Analysis. In: Barna T, editor. Structural Interdependence and Economic Development. Pp. 119—149. doi: 10.1007/978-1-349-81634-7_8.
  9. Porter, M. (1985) Competitive advantage: creating and sustaining superior performance. New York: Free Press.
  10. Shank, J. and Govindarajan, V. (1993) Strategic cost management: the new tool for competitive advantage. New York: The Free Press.
  11. Thompson, A. and Strickland, A. (2003) Strategic management: concepts and cases. Boston: McGraw-Hill Primis.

Statistics

Views

Abstract - 605

PDF (Russian) - 733

Cited-By


PlumX

Dimensions


Copyright (c) 2017 Andreev P.S.

Creative Commons License
This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License.

This website uses cookies

You consent to our cookies if you continue to use our website.

About Cookies