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The featured books or scientific articles in this page are chosen for their interest on the topic and constitue an useful bibliography for our team. They have been published by academic publishers and scientific journals. They are presented in chronological order. Books, scientific articles and collective book chapters have been listed separately. Some reviews of books and articles are presented before the bibliography.

This bibliography is organized according the following five categories:

Reshaping Productive Networks

Robert-Cuendet Sabrina (2020). Filtrage des investissements directs étrangers dans l’UE et COVID19. Vers une politique commune d’investissement fondée sur la sécurité de l’Union. European Papers Vol. 5, No 1, pp. 597-611.
Baldwin R. E., Evenett S. J. (eds) (2020). COVID-19 and trade policy. Why turning inward won’t work. London: CEPR Press.
Baldwin Richard E., Evenett Simon J. (eds) (2020). COVID-19 and trade policy: why turning inward won’t work. London: CEPR Press.
Wall R.-S. Van der Knaap G. A. (2019). Sectoral Differentiation and Network Structure Within Contemporary Worldwide Corporate Networks. Economic Geography.
Bost F. (2017). Introduction. La désindustrialisation, objet géographique. Revue Géographique de l'Est.
Mohan S. (2016). Institutional Change in Value Chains. Evidence from Tea in Nepal. World Development.
Coe N. M., Yeung H. W. (2015). Toward a Dynamic Theory of Global Production Networks. Economic Geography.
Horner R. (2014). Strategic Decoupling, Recoupling and Global Production Networks. India’s Pharmaceutical Industry. Journal of Economic Geography.
Krätke S. (2014). How Manufacturing Industries Connect Cities across the World. Extending Research on ‘Multiple Globalizations. Global Networks.
Porter, M. E. (2013). Competitive Advantage. Creating and Sustaining Superior Performance. New York: Simon and Schuster.
Sato, Y. (2011). Local firms’ capability development in captive value chains. Evidence from the Indonesian motorcycle industry. , in The dynamics of local learning in global value chains. Experiences from East Asia.. Houndmills, Basingstoke, Hampshire; New York: Palgrave Macmillan.
Brenner N., Peck J., and Theodore N. (2010). Variegated Neoliberalization. Geographies, Modalities, Pathways. Global Networks.
Ponte S. et Sturgeon T. (2009). Explaining governance in global value chains, a modular theory-building effort. Review of International Political Economy.
Ponte, S. et Ewert, J. (2009). Which Way is “up” in Upgrading? Trajectories of Change in the Value Chain for South African Wine. World Development.
Coe N. M., Dicken P., Hess M. (2008). Global production networks. Realizing the potential. Journal of Economic Geography.
El Mouhoud M. (2006). Mondialisation et délocalisation des entreprises. Paris: La Découverte, Coll. Repères, 122 p..
Schmitz, H. (2006). Learning and earning in global garment and footwear chains. European Journal of Development Research.
Gereffi, G., Humphrey, J., et Sturgeon, T. (2005). The governance of global value chains. Review of International Political Economy.
Schmitz, H. (2005). Value Chain Analysis for Policy-Makers and Practitioners. Brighton: Institute of Development Studies, University of Sussex.
Dicken P. (2003). Global Shift. Reshaping the Global Economic Map in the 21st Century. NewYork: Guilgord Press.
Ernst D., Kim L. (2002). Global production networks, knowledge diffusion, and local capability formation. Research Policy.
Kaplinsky R., Morris M. (2001). A handbook for value chain research. Brighton: Institute of Development Studies, University of Sussex.
Dicken P. and al. (2001). Chains and Networks, Territories and Scales. Towards a Relational Framework for Analysing the Global Economy. Global Networks.
Gereffi G. (1999). International trade and industrial upgrading in the apparel commodity chain. Journal of International Economics.
Sassen S. (1991). The Global City, New York, London, Tokyo. Princeton: Princeton University Press.
Krugman, P. (1980). Scale Economies, Product Differentiation, and the Pattern of Trade. The American Economic Review.

Rethinking Globalization

Birch K. (2020). Technoscience Rent. Toward a Theory of Rentiership for Technoscientific Capitalism. Policy Studies.
O'Sullivan Michael (2019). The Levelling. What’s Next after Globalization. New York: Public Affairs.
Coe N. M, Yeung H. (2019). Global Production Networks. Mapping Recent Conceptual Developments. Journal of Economic Geography.
Ghemawat Pankaj (2017). Globalization in the Age of Trump. Harvard Business Review.

As companies reevaluate their globalization strategies in light of protectionist pressures, they should also think about structural changes that can help boost performance. While a country-centric structure makes sense if adaptation is a firm’s only global strategy, companies would do better to adopt models that also support aggregation and arbitrage… : Region-based structures. Organizing according to region allows companies to take advantages of similarities between neighboring countries… Front-back structure. This variant on the matrix organization focusses on localizing at the front end (close to the customer) while employing a centralized back-end platform to support integration in R&D, production, support functions and so on’.
King S. D. (2017). Grave New World. The End of Globalization, the Return of History. Yale: Yale University Press.
Livesey F. (2017). From global to local. London: Profil Books.
Williams G. (2016). The Retreat of Globalisation. Petersfield: Harriman House.
Piketty Th. (2013). Le Capital au XXIe siècle. Paris: Seuil.
Fujita, M., Krugman P., Venables A. (1999). The spatial economy. Cities, regions and international trade. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.
Fujita, M., Krugman P., Venables A. (1999). The spatial economy: Cities, regions and international trade. Cambridge: MIT Press.
Krugman P. (1998). Space. The Final Frontier. Journal of Economic Perspectives.

Looking For Alternatives

Tchotourian I., Morteo M. (2019). Entreprises à mission sociétale, regard de juristes sur une institutionnalisation de la RSE. Vie & sciences de l'entreprise.
Eynaud P., Laville J.-L. (2018). Joining the commons with social and solidarity economy research. Towards the renewal of critical thinking and emancipation. Revista de Economia Solidária.
Deslandes G. (2012). Le management éthique. Paris: Dunod.
Trébulle, F.-G., Uzan O. (2011). Responsabilité sociale des entreprises. Paris: Economica.
Audit M., Pataut E. (dir.) (2020). L’extraterritorialité. Paris: Pedone.
Roux M. (2019). Entre valeurs et performances, les défis de la finance mutualiste. Revue d’économie financière.
Farnoux E. (2019). Renouvellement en profondeur du dispositif de contrôle des investissements étrangers. Patriotisme économique bien ordonné de Paris à Bruxelles ?. JCP G.
Dondero B., Bousquet J.-R., Ricard L.-N. (2019). Loi PACTE. La protection des actifs stratégiques. JCP E.
Ancel F. (2019). La nouvelle chambre commerciale internationale de la cour d’appel de Paris. Quels enjeux procéduraux ?. JCP G. Suppl..
Salah M. (2019). Le droit à l'épreuve des nouvelles régulations de l'économie globale. Journal du droit international (Clunet).
Frison-Roche M-A. (2017). La mondialisation. Travaux de l'Association Henri Capitant. Bruxelles: Bruylant.
Deslandes G. (2012). Le management éthique. Paris: Dunod.
Colletis G., Demoustier D. (2012). L’ESS face à la crise. Simple résistance ou participation au changement ?. RECMA.
Richez-Battesti N., Oswald, P. (2010). Vers un modèle hybride d’organisation et de gouvernance, une alternative à la banalisation en situation. RECMA.
Muir Watt H. (2010). La fonction économique du droit international privé. Revue internationale de droit économique.
Chevallier J. (2001). Mondialisation du droit ou droit de la mondialisation ?. , in Le droit saisi par la mondialisation. Bruxelles: Bruylant.

Territorial Reorganisation

Scott A. J. (2019). City-regions reconsidered. Environment and Planning A. Economy and Space.
Kirsten Martinus (2018). Inequality and regional development in resource economies of advanced capitalist economies. Geography Compass.
Bellandi M., & De Propris L. (2015). Three generations of industrial districts. Investigaciones Regionales.
Veltz P. (2014). Mondialisation, villes et territoires. Paris: P.U.F.
Scott A. J. (2006). Globalization and the Rise of City-Regions. European Planning Studies.
Taylor P. (2004). World City Network. A Global Urban Analysis. NewYork: Routledge.
Krugman P. (1998). Space. The Final Frontier. Journal of Economic Perspectives.
Krugman P. (1991). Increasing Returns and Economic Geography. Journal of Political Economy.
Storper M., Walker R. A. (1989). The Capitalist Imperative. Territory, Technology, and Industrial Growth.. Oxford: Basil Blackwell.