Exporting out of China or out of Africa? Automation versus Relocation in the Global Clothing IndustryAltenburg, T., Chen, X., Lütkenhorst, W., Staritz, C. & Whitfield, L., Jan 2020, Bonn: Deutsches Institut für Entwicklungspolitik, 98 p.
Research output: Working paper › Research
Kenyan-owned firms in the floriculture global value chain: A multi-level analysis of the historical development of local firmsAzizi, S. A., 2020, 1 ed., Roskilde: Roskilde Universitet, 50 p.
Research output: Working paper › Research › peer-review
Technological Capabilities, Upgrading, and Value Capture in Global Value Chains: Local Apparel and Floriculture Firms in Sub-Saharan AfricaWhitfield, L., Staritz, C., Melese, A. T. & Azizi, S. A., 2020, In : Journal of Economic Geography.
Research output: Contribution to journal › Journal article › Research › peer-review
Independent Research Fund Denmark | Social Science has supported the project with a DKK 5.3 million grant under the project title: Getting of the tecnology trap: foreign direct investment and learning among African-owned firms.
About the AFRICAP project
The AFRICAP project studies how African-owned firms learn and build their technological capabilities in order to enter and remain competitive in new export sectors.
Ethiopia is unique in a varied economic landscape in Africa
Ethiopia has particularly good prospects for economic growth in an Africa, where the image is more nuanced than it was previously described, says Associate Professor Lindsay Whitfield.
Base at Roskilde University
The project based at the Department of Social Sciences and Business
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