The workshop is part of the project on “Productivity trends in the Euro Area" sponsored by the Luiss School of European Political Economy and the Italian Statistical Institute. The workshop will be an opportunity to contribute to the debate on the effects of the adoption of new models of global production (Global Value Chains) and its consequences on productivity growth and international competitiveness, taking into account the perspectives of both academics and policy makers.
Welcome: Marcello Messori (SEP-LUISS)
Chair: Paolo Giordani (SEP-LUISS)
Giulia Felice and Lucia Tajoli (Politecnico Milano) “External competitiveness and global value chains: in search of a link”
Giorgia Giovanetti (University of Florence and EUI) Kaku Attah Damoah (University of Florence and Unicef) and Enrico Marvasi (University of Florence) “A Global value chain Rationale for the allocation of the Belt and Road Projects “
Mariarosaria Agostino (University of Calabria) Emanuele Brancati (Università di Roma La Sapienza), Anna Giunta (Roma Tre University and Rossi-Doria Centre), Domenico Scalera (University of Sannio) and Francesco Trivieri (University of Calabria) “Firms efficiency and global value chains: an empirical investigation on Italian industry”
Claudio Battiati (SEP-LUISS) Cecilia Jona-Lasinio (ISTAT and LUISS) and Silvia Sopranzetti (SEP-LUISS) “Productivity growth and global value chain participation in the digital age”.
Panel discussion - Chair: Gianni Toniolo (SEP-LUISS and CEPR)
Sergio De Nardis (SEP-LUISS), Valentina Meliciani (LUISS), Fabio Bacchini (ISTAT), Matteo Bugamelli (Banca d’Italia).
Closing remarks: Roberto Monducci (ISTAT)
Consult the papers and slides from the presentation below.