Tag: Services Trade

Impact of Linking into Global Value Chains on Indian Employment

| 11 January 2017
Trade, Working Papers | Tags: Employment, Global Value Chains, Services Trade
This study examines the industry-level impact of linking into GVCs for the Indian labour market, spanning the period 1995-2011. The analysis includes manufacturing, services, agriculture and allied activities. ... continue reading

South-South Preferential Trade Agreements in Services – Economic Potential Lying Idle

| 4 October 2016
Blog, Trade | Tags: Services Trade, WTO
Imagine the Central African Republic and Cameroon investing in the compatibility and quality of their railway tracks, and eventually merging their railways altogether. The producers in the Central African Republic would get easy access to the sea, while Cameroon’s railway and ports would benefit from ... continue reading

Measuring and Understanding Trade in Service Tasks

, and | 24 May 2016
Discussion Notes, Trade | Tags: Employment, Services Trade
Improvements in Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) have had differential impacts on the costs of offshoring service tasks. As a result, services with stronger tradability characteristics are at a higher risk of being offshored. This has increased the need for coming up with proper measures ... continue reading

Employment Effects of Services Trade Reform

25-27 November, 2015
Trade, Workshops | Tags: Employment, Services Trade, TiSA, TTIP
Driven by spectacular technological advances and the emergence and intensification of global value chains (GVCs), trade in services has been the most dynamic part of global trade over recent years. The concurrent rise of services trade provisions in existing and forthcoming trade agreements bears testimony ... continue reading

Jobs in Global Value Chains

2 October 2015
Trade, Workshops | Tags: Employment, Global Value Chains, Services Trade
New ways of measuring global trade flows provide for a fresh look on how trade works. Data on trade in value added terms often displays substantial differences with data on trade measured in gross value. The implications for our understanding of how trade and trade ... continue reading