2023 - Research.com Economics and Finance in United Kingdom Leader Award
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Globalization, Developing country, Economic system, Development economics and Production. His Globalization research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Industrialisation, Poverty, Classical economics and Foreign direct investment. The Developing country study combines topics in areas such as Competition, Market economy, Terms of trade and Economy.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Bottom of the pyramid, Development plan, Parent company and Extreme poverty in addition to Economic system. His work deals with themes such as Development policy, Global governance, Economic geography and Development studies, which intersect with Development economics. His Production study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Product, Competitive advantage, Industrial organization and International trade.
His main research concerns Globalization, Economy, Development economics, Developing country and Economic growth. His Globalization research includes elements of Economic system, International trade, Development anthropology and Development studies. His Economic system study combines topics in areas such as Technological change and Extreme poverty.
Raphael Kaplinsky interconnects Competition and International economics in the investigation of issues within International trade. His Development economics research includes themes of Industrialisation and Poverty. His studies in Value integrate themes in fields like Production and Industrial organization.
His primary areas of study are Development economics, Economy, International trade, Globalization and Economic system. His Development economics research integrates issues from Economic growth, Poverty, Development studies and Pro poor. His research integrates issues of Developing country, Value and Value in his study of Economy.
Raphael Kaplinsky combines subjects such as Industrialisation, New international division of labour, Middle income countries and International economics with his study of International trade. He incorporates Globalization and Global system in his research. In his research on the topic of Economic system, Capital good is strongly related with Inclusive growth.
His primary areas of investigation include Development economics, Economic system, Value, International trade and Industrialisation. His Development economics study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Economic growth, Development studies, Economic geography and Development anthropology. His study in Economic system is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Inclusive growth and Extreme poverty.
His Value study incorporates themes from Emerging markets and Economy. His study connects Developing country and Economy. His International trade research incorporates themes from Process and Resource curse.
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A handbook for value chain research
Raphael Kaplinsky;Mike Morris.
Introduction: Globalisation, Value Chains and Development
Gary Gereffi;John Humphrey;Raphael Kaplinsky;Timothy J. Sturgeon.
IDS Bulletin (2001)
Globalisation and Unequalisation: What Can Be Learned from Value Chain Analysis?
Journal of Development Studies (2000)
Putting supply chain learning into practice
John Bessant;Raphael Kaplinsky;Richard Lamming.
International Journal of Operations & Production Management (2003)
The impact of China on sub-Saharan Africa
Raphael Kaplinsky;Dorothy McCormick;Mike Morris.
Globalization, poverty and inequality: between a rock and a hard place
Introduction: the impact of Asian Drivers on the developing world
Raphael Kaplinsky;Dirk Messner.
World Development (2008)
Chinese FDI in Sub-Saharan Africa: Engaging with Large Dragons
Raphael Kaplinsky;Mike Morris.
The European Journal of Development Research (2009)
Schumacher meets Schumpeter: Appropriate technology below the radar
Research Policy (2011)
Inclusive innovation: an architecture for policy development
Joanna Chataway;Rebecca Hanlin;Raphael Kaplinsky.
Innovation for development (2014)
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