Trajectories Of Development And The Global Clothing Industry
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A CALL TO ACTION FOR A CIRCULAR FASHION SYSTEM
The fashion industry is an engine for global growth and development. Generating €1.5 trillion in 2016, it employs around 60 million people along its value chain.1 At the same time the industry uses a large amount of resources and has a heavy environmental impact compounded by the industry s continuing growth.2
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Regional suppliers still play an important role in the global apparel industry. By studying the experience of Romania s apparel sector, the paper highlights, first, the importance of multi-scalar institutional, macro and policy contexts in analyzing the articulation of and up- and downgrading experiences in global production networks.
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environmental impact. The industry s present business model is an obvious contributor of stress on natural resources. If production and consumption of textile and apparel follow their current trajectories, the industry s environmental footprint will continue to expand and negatively impact the planet.
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Stacey Frederick Gary Gereffi* - Duke University
Aug 03, 2011 Global Value Chains in a Postcrisis World: A Development Perspective (2010). His research interests deal with economic and social upgrading, value chain governance and trends in contemporary global industries. 1 Introduction The apparel industry has been one of the pillars of export-oriented industrialisation throughout the world since the
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clothing industry, discussing the clothing global value chains (GVCs) and its main actors, the regulatory environment of global clothing trade, and global trade patterns. The third section discusses the development of export clothing sectors in SSA, identifies different types of clohing firms and value
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competition as an opportunity to build capabilities, move into more profitable industry segments, and adopt strategies that turn latecomer status into a source of competitive advantage. At the same time, their experiences show that many are the strategies and trajectories for going global. 4 1. Introduction Outward foreign direct investment (OFDI)
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rising trajectories (EPA, 2015). With more than half the world s clothing retail being concentrated in North America and Western Europe (International Labour Organization - Sectoral Activities Department, 2014) and fueled by the supply of goods manufactured in low-wage countries (World
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of goods and services in the global economy, is a useful tool for analysing globaliz-ation s implications at multiple levels of analysis, including for local communities and workers. Our discussion focuses on the apparel industry, one of the oldest and most global export industries in the world (Dickerson 1999). Garment making is the typical
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ent trajectories and scenarios to provide a better understanding of the relationship between economic and social upgrading. KEYWORDS: PRODUCTION NETWORKS, VALUE CHAINS, DECENT WORK, TEXTILE INDUSTRY, CLOTHING INDUSTRY, MOROCCO. 341 Economic and social upgrading in global production networks: Problems
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2. The global clothing industry 6 2.1 Main actors in clothing GVCs 6 2.2 Regulatory context of clothing trade 8 2.3 Global trade patterns 10 3. The export-oriented clothing industry in SSA 10 3.1 Development of the export-oriented clothing industry 10 3.2 Different types of firms and upgrading implications 15 3.3 Main development challenges 18
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Nov 11, 2011 in a number of developing countries that are participants in the global apparel industry. Apparel production is considered an important catalyst for national development, and often it is the typical starter industry for countries engaged in export-oriented industrialization due to its low fixed costs and emphasis on labor-intensive manufacturing.
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Development Trajectories in Global Value Chains A feature of the current phase of globalization is the outsourcing of production tasks and services across borders, and increasing organization of production and trade through global value chains (GVCs), global commodity chains (GCCs), and global production networks (GPNs).
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Snježana Firšt Rogale: Intelligent clothing: first and second generation clothing with adaptive thermal insulation properties (2017) DOI: 10.1177/0040517517718190 (Adatbázis: SAGE Journals) Nicoli Nattrass: Trajectories of development and the global clothing industry (2018) DOI: 10.1177/1024529418768608 (Adatbázis: SAGE Journals)