Industry and globalisation

Meeting of the Working Party on Globalisation of Industry, 19-20 May 2011

 

The following topics were discussed at the 2011 meeting of the Working Party on Globalisation of Industry:

 

I. Global Value Chains (GVCs)

 

Item 4: GVC research agenda

Global Value Chains: Preliminary evidence and policy issues

by Koen de Backer - OECD Directorate for Science, Technology and Industry

 

Item 5: GVC research elsewhere

a) Measurement of GVCs and International Sourcing

by Pekka Alajääskö - EUROSTAT

 

a) Development of Methods to measure Global Value Chains in Business Surveys

by Peter Bøegh Nielsen - Statistics Denmark

 

b) Who Captures Value in Global Supply Chains? Case Nokia N95
by Timo Seppälä - ETLA, The Research Institute of the Finnish Economy

 

Item 6: Interim reporting WPGI - GVC work

a) What explains countries’ export performance and integration into global value chains?

by Andrea Beltramello & Laurent Moussiegt - OECD Directorate for Science, Technology and Industry

 

b) Export competition: price or quality

by Koen de Backer - OECD Directorate for Science, Technology and Industry

 

Item 7: Future work WPGI - GVC work

a) Mapping Global Value Chains

by Sébastien Miroudot - OECD Trade and Agriculture Directorate

 

b) Evolution of Production Network: Measuring Trade in value-added (TiVA)

by Norihiko Yamano - OECD Directorate for Science, Technology and Industry

 

c) New Sources of Growth – Intangible Assets

by Alistair Nolan - OECD Directorate for Science, Technology and Industry

 

II. WPGI mandate

(closed session for member government officials only)

 

III. AMNE Statistics/Analysis

 

Item 9: AMNE Statistics/Analysis

 

a) The contribution of foreign affiliates to host countries – a snapshot

by Isabelle Desnoyers-James - OECD Directorate for Science, Technology and Industry

 

a) Multinational enterprises activity (AMNE) in Israel

by Amos Degani - Business and Financial Sectors - Balance of Payments, Central Bureau of Statistics (CBS)

 

b) Multinational Networks: Constructing International Business Groups using ORBIS

by Sónia Araújo - OECD Statistics Directorate

 

IV. Micro-data


Item 10: Micro-data on the internationalisation of firms

 

a) The Global Operations of European Firms

by Giorgio Barba Navaretti - EFIGE

 

b) Trade Microdata: The OECD-Eurostat Trade by Enterprise Characteristics (TEC) Database

by Sónia Araújo - OECD Statistics Directorate

 

c) Internationalisation Monitor - Spearhead International Economic Relations (SIER program)

by Martin Luppes - Statistics Netherlands

 

d) Global value chains and structural change

by Pär Hansson - Swedish Agency for Growth Policy Analysis


e) New perspectives and new data for the empirical analysis of the globalisation of the industry

by Stefano Menghinello - WPGI Chair and Head of foreign trade and MNE statistics Division, National Statistical Institute – Italy

 

The next meeting of the WPGI is tentatively scheduled on 26-27 April 2012.