Recent trends in global value chains and beyond

A sea change is underway in global value chains as they move increasingly beyond traditional manufacturing processes towards services and other intangibles, aided by digitalization. The Global Value Chain Development Report 2021, the third in a biennial series by leading economic institutions, explores this change. The report examines recent trends in global value chains and updates our understanding of trade in intangibles and intellectual property protection, productivity growth and innovation, and the role of digital platforms .

On September 28, the John L. Thornton China Center at Brookings will present the launch of this new report on the East Coast, followed by two panel discussions featuring trade experts from around the world who will explore how protectionism and geopolitical tensions, risks environmental conditions and COVID-19 can undermine the stability of global value chains and lead to their geographic reorganization.

Online viewers can submit questions via email to [email protected] or on Twitter using the hashtag #Value chain.

If attending in person, Brookings requires all staff and visitors to present proof that they are fully immunized against COVID-19 via FDA or WHO approved vaccines. After submitting your registration, please click on the link provided on the confirmation page to complete the registration process by verifying your vaccination information.

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