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Downstream suppliers’ business cycle co-movement in Asian value chains

Siow, H. S., Kaliappan, S. R., Ibrahim, S. and Naseem, N. A. M. (2022) Downstream suppliers’ business cycle co-movement in Asian value chains. Journal of Asian Economic Integration. ISSN 26316846

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To link to this item DOI: 10.1177/26316846221107417

Abstract/Summary

This study assessed the bilateral business cycle co-movement between the individual downstream suppliers (ASEAN), and upstream supplier (China and Japan) in Asian value chain. The empirical findings suggest that trade intensity negatively impacted the regional business cycle co-movement while trade linkage has positive impacts. Moreover, the impact of value chain trade on business cycle co-movement is more apparent in short run than in long run.

Item Type:Article
Refereed:Yes
Divisions:University of Reading Malaysia
ID Code:105554
Publisher:Sage Journals

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