This report summarizes final conclusions from a multi-year "Sweden in Global Value Chains" research study.
Trade and Innovation
Increasing the de minimis threshold (DMT) for imports in Canada would generate significant benefits for Canadians, finds a new report from the C.D. Howe Institute. The report finds that raising the DMT would have positive effects for consumers and businesses, particularly small- and medium-sized businesses because the cost savings for smaller entities is disproportionately large.
This report leverages global value chain analysis to first ask the question "Where is Sweden competitive"; it then assess which nations are Sweden's main competitors.
This report assesses 56 countries on how their economic and trade policies contribute to and detract from innovation globally.
The annual Legatum Prosperity Index™ ranks 142 countries across eight categories: the Economy, Entrepreneurship & Opportunity; Governance; Education; Health; Safety & Security; Personal Freedom; and Social Capital.
This report describes and postulates the three competing economic doctrines that shape trade policy debates.
This report finds that the revenues of Bay Area companies increasingly come from global markets and that the Bay Area economy is intricately linked with global trade and financial flows.
This paper analyses the reasons behind India lagging behind East and South East Asian economies in participating in international production networks, on which growth in manufacturing has become increasingly dependent in the contemporary world.
This paper undertakes a comparative, firm-level analysis of joining the supply chain in five Southeast Asian economies to improve understanding of fragmentation of manufacturing across borders.
This ICRIER reports addresses contemporary challenges in U.S.-India economic and trade relations and provides insights as to how they can be best addressed and resolved.