Publication Type: Chapter, Edited Book

The Global Apparel Value Chain, Trade and the Crisis: Challenges and Opportunities for Developing Countries
The Global Distribution of Commodity Chains
The Global Economy: Organization, Governance, and Development
The globalization of service work: analyzing the transnational call centre value chain
The globalization of supply chains: policy challenges for developing countires
The Governance of Global Value Chains, Upgrading Processes and Agricultural Producers in Sub-Saharan Africa
The Impact of North American Economic Integration on the Los Angeles Apparel Industry
The Implications of Using Value-added Trade Data for Applied Trade Policy Analysis
The Institutionalization of Supply Chain CSR: Field Formation in Comparative Context
The Internationalisation of Tourism Commodity Chains
The Marketing and Distribution of Fast Food
The neoliberal harvest: the proliferation and normalisation of economic fraud in a market society
The New Spatial Division of Labor and Commodity Chains in the Greater South China Economic Region
The New Sweatshops in the United States: How New, How Real, How Many, and Why?
The New Zones of Circulation. On the Securitization of Maritime Frontiers in West Africa
The Offshore Services Value Chain: Developing Countries and the Crisis
The Organization of Buyer-Driven Global Commodity Chains: How U.S. Retailers Shape Overseas Production Networks
The Organization of Production and Distribution in the 'Original Brand' Apparel Industry of Ho Chi Minh City: Knowledge-Intensive Functions and the Internalization of Production and Distribution
The Reorganization of Production on a World Scale: States, Markets and Networks in the Apparel and Electronics Commodity Chains
The rise of global enterprises in the worlds food chain
The role of services
The Underground Revolution in the Sinos Valley: a Comparison of Upgrading in Global and National Value Chains
The Unraveling Seam: NAFTA and the Decline of the Apparel Industry in El Paso, Texas
Torreon: The New Blue Jeans Capital of the World
Tracing Social Relations through Commodity Chains: The Case of Brazilian Grapes