Включение национальных экономик в глобальные цепочки стоимости: изменение парадигмы организации внешнеэкономических связей
Nowadays research of different international economic organizations concentrate more on global value chains (GVCs) analysis. Production processes of majority of goods are not limited to the production in a single country. Furthermore, involvement in different stages of production depends on the level of technological and innovative development of the country as well as on the availability of resources. Current article is devoted to the interdependence between fundamental changes in value chain model of goods and services and governments’ foreign economic regulation system. Besides, authors analyze reasons for rising fragmentation of production in the world economy and forms of participation in global value chains. The given article demonstrates assessment of prospects for national economies within GVCs based on case-study of such countries as Japan, Taiwan, South Korea and China.