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My book with Neil Coe has just been published by Oxford University PressGlobal Production Networks: Theorizing Economic Development  in an Interconnected World, Neil Coe and Henry Yeung.

This book develops an original theoretical framework for analysing why and how global lead firms, mostly transnational corporations, organise their international operations. In doing so, it sheds light on the diverse developmental outcomes of this transnational organisation of global production for different national and regional economies. It will be of direct interest to scholars in international business studies.

 

April 2015 | 288 pages | 978-0-19-870391-4 paperback | 19.99 13.99

Claim your 30% discount when you order online today* using promotion code AAFLY7 when you order directly via www.oup.com/uk

Discount valid until 31/07/2015.

 

Henry

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Henry YeungCo-Director, the new GPN@NUS Centre 

Professor of Economic Geography, Department of Geography, National University of Singapore Tel: +65-65166810; Homepage and Google Scholar

Director, JY Pillay Comparative Asia Research Centre@NUS Global Asia Institute


New book with Oxford University PressGlobal Production Networks: Theorizing Economic Development  in an Interconnected World, Neil Coe and Henry Yeung, published in April 2015

New papers just published  free downloads! 

Toward a dynamic theory of global production networksEconomic Geography2015, Vol.91(1), pp.29-58.

Regional development in the global economy: a dynamic perspective of strategic coupling in global production networksRegional Science: Policy & Practice2015, Vol.7(1), pp.1-23.

* Co-editor of Economic Geography 5-Yr CIF 5.58 (2/76 in Geography) and Environment and Planning A 5-Yr CIF 2.49 (12/76 in Geography)

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