Skip to main content
Article thumbnail
Location of Repository

Globalization, Production and Poverty

By Rhys Jenkins


globalization, employment, poverty, value chains, Bangladesh, Kenya, South Africa, Vietnam, textiles, garments, horticulture

OAI identifier:

Suggested articles


  1. (2004a). ‘Vietnam in the Global Garment and Textile Value Chain: Impacts on Firms and Workers’.
  2. (2004b). ‘Challenges to Vietnamese Firms in the World Garment and Textile Value Chain and the Implications for Alleviating Poverty’.
  3. (2004). A Firm Level Analysis of Trade, Technology and Employment in South Africa’.
  4. (2001). A Handbook for Value Chain Research.
  5. (2003). Adjusting to Trade Liberalization: The Case of Firms in the South African Textile Sector’.
  6. (2005). Available at: www//
  7. (2004). Contrasting Perspectives on Globalization and Labour in South Africa’.
  8. (1999). Does Trade Cause Growth?’.
  9. (2003). Employment Poverty Linkages: Bangladesh’. Issues in Employment and Poverty Discussion Paper 10. Geneva: Recovery and Reconstruction Department, ILO. Available at: english/employment/recon/poverty/download/disc10.pdf.
  10. (2002). Estimating the Poverty Impacts of Trade Liberalization’. WB Policy Research Working Paper 2790.
  11. (2003). Food: Why We Eat This Way’. The Guardian.
  12. (2004). Gender, Poverty and Export-Oriented Garment Manufacturing in the Context of Economic Transition: The Case of Vietnam’.
  13. (2002). Globalization and Employment
  14. (2004). Globalization and Poverty in Vietnam: Introduction and Overview’.
  15. (2004). Globalization and Poverty: How Can Global Value Chain Research Inform the Policy Debate?’.
  16. (2003). Globalization and the Impact of Restructuring
  17. (2002). Globalization and the Labour Market
  18. (2001). Globalization and the Skills Bias of Occupational Employment in South Africa’.
  19. (2004). Globalization and the South African Textiles Industry: Impacts on Firms and Workers’.
  20. (2003). Globalization, Democratization and Regulation of the South African Labour Market’. Paper prepared for the Globalization,
  21. (2004). Globalization, Gender and Poverty: Bangladeshi Women Workers in Export and Local Markets’.
  22. (2002). Globalization, Growth, and Poverty: Building an Inclusive World Economy.
  23. (2001). Globalization, Inequality and Poverty since
  24. (2000). Governance and Trade in Fresh Vegetables: The Impact of UK Supermarkets on the African Horticulture Industry’.
  25. (2000). Growth is Good for the Poor’. WB Policy Research Working Paper.
  26. (2001). Growth, Inequality and Poverty: Looking Beyond Averages’.
  27. (2004). Investment Programme for the Economic Recovery Strategy for Wealth and Employment Creation,
  28. (2002). Manual for Value Chain Research on Homeworkers in the Garment Industry’. Prepared for Women in the Informal Economy: Globalizing and Organizing (WIEGO), Institute of Development Studies:
  29. (2002). Mapping Codes through the Value Chain: from Researcher to Detective’, in
  30. (1998). Openness, Productivity and Growth;
  31. (1992). Outward-oriented Developing Countries Really Do Grow More Rapidly: Evidence from 95 LDCs,
  32. (2004). Rags to Riches, available at: 412rags/Rags_to_riches_to_rags.pdf.
  33. (2003). South Africa Human Development Report,
  34. (2005). Speech delivered at the Bangladesh Economic Association, 8 January. Dhaka. Available at: www// 2002. pdf.
  35. (2004). Squaring the Circle: Global Production and the Informalization of Work in South African Fruit Exports’.
  36. (2000). Statistics Office of Hanoi
  37. (2001). Studies on the Social Dimensions of Globalization: South Africa.
  38. (2003). The Global Value Chain and Changing Employment Relations in South African Fruit: Summary of Findings’. Available at: .
  39. (2004). The Impact of European Market Changes on Employment in the Kenyan Horticulture Sector’.
  40. (2002). The Investment Climate, Governance and Inclusion in Bangladesh’.
  41. (2004). The Labour Market Effects of Globalization in Kenya’.
  42. (2004). The Least Developed Countries Report 2004: Linking International Trade with Poverty Reduction.
  43. The Value of Value Chains’.
  44. (2003). Trade Growth and Poverty: A Selective Survey’.
  45. (2004). Trade Liberalization and Poverty: The Evidence So Far’.
  46. (2002). Trade Liberalization, Poverty and Livelihoods: Understanding the Linkages’. IDS Working Paper 159.
  47. (1992). Trade Orientation, Distortions and Growth in Developing Countries’.
  48. (2004). Vietnam in the Global Economy: Trade, Employment and Poverty’.
  49. (1999). Vietnam: Selected Issues’.
  50. (2004). Why Has Employment Not Grown More Quickly in Vietnam?’.
  51. (2004). World Development Indicators

To submit an update or takedown request for this paper, please submit an Update/Correction/Removal Request.