Ari Van Assche
Ari Van Assche
Professor of International Business, HEC Montréal
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HIV infection does not disproportionately affect the poorer in sub-Saharan Africa
V Mishra, S Bignami-Van Assche, R Greener, M Vaessen, R Hong, ...
Aids 21, S17-S28, 2007
Global connectedness and local innovation in industrial clusters
E Turkina, A Van Assche
Journal of International Business Studies 49, 706-728, 2018
Structure and evolution of global cluster networks: evidence from the aerospace industry
E Turkina, A Van Assche, R Kali
Journal of economic geography 16 (6), 1211-1234, 2016
Electronics production upgrading: Is China exceptional?
A Van Assche, B Gangnes
Applied Economics Letters 17 (5), 477-482, 2010
The nature of innovation in global value chains
B Ambos, K Brandl, A Perri, VG Scalera, A Van Assche
Journal of World Business 56 (4), 101221, 2021
Regulation, market structure and service trade liberalization
DE Konan, A Van Assche
Economic Modelling 24 (6), 895-923, 2007
Foreign direct investment along the Belt and Road: A political economy perspective
J Li, A Van Assche, L Li, G Qian
Journal of International Business Studies 53 (5), 902-919, 2022
Global production networks and China's processing trade
AC Ma, A Van Assche, C Hong
Journal of Asian Economics 20 (6), 640-654, 2009
Modularity and the organization of international production
A Van Assche
Japan and the World Economy 20 (3), 353-368, 2008
From the editor: COVID-19 and international business policy
A Van Assche, S Lundan
Journal of International Business Policy 3, 273-279, 2020
The role of trade costs in global production networks: evidence from China's processing trade regime
AC Ma, A Van Assche
World Bank Policy Research Working Paper Series, Vol, 2010
From the editor: Steering a policy turn in international business–opportunities and challenges
A Van Assche
Journal of International Business Policy 1 (3), 117-127, 2018
Functional upgrading in China's export processing sector
A Van Assche, J Van Biesebroeck
China Economic Review 47, 245-262, 2018
Global Value Chains and Trade Elasticities
BS Gangnes, AC Ma, A Van Assche
The rise of techno-geopolitical uncertainty: Implications of the United States CHIPS and Science Act
Y Luo, A Van Assche
Journal of international business studies 54 (8), 1423-1440, 2023
Outward FDI, industrial structure upgrading and domestic employment: empirical evidence from the Chinese economy and the belt and road initiative
H Liao, L Yang, S Dai, A Van Assche
Journal of Asian economics 74, 101303, 2021
Making sense of global value chain-oriented policies: The trifecta of tasks, linkages, and firms
C Pietrobelli, R Rabellotti, A Van Assche
Journal of International Business Policy 4 (3), 327-346, 2021
Fragmentation and East Asia's information technology trade
CS Bonham, B Gangnes, A Van Assche
Applied Economics 39 (2), 215-228, 2007
Global value chains and the fragmentation of trade policy coalitions
A Van Assche, B Gangnes
Transnational Corporations Journal 26 (1), 2019
Interdependence of Reliability and Security.
P Honeyman, GA Schwartz, AC Assche
WEIS, 2007
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