scholarly journals Harnessing relational values for global value chain sustainability: Reframing the roundtable on sustainable palm oil's offset mechanism to support smallholders

2022 ◽  
Vol 193 ◽  
pp. 107303
Caleb Gallemore ◽  
Kristjan Jespersen ◽  
Paige Olmsted
2020 ◽  
pp. 83-108
Moon Hwy-Chang ◽  
Wenyang Yin

Although North Korea is one of the most closed countries in the world, it has long been pursuing international cooperation with other countries in order to upgrade the quality of its film industry to international standards. Preceding studies on this topic have mainly focused on the political influences behind filmmaking in general and very few studies have exclusively dealt with North Korea’s international co-productions. In this respect, in order to develop a comprehensive understanding of the internalization strategy of North Korea’s film productions, this paper uses the global value chain as a framework for analysis. This approach helps understand the internationalization pattern of each value chain activity of film co-productions in terms of the film location and the methods for collaborating with foreign partners. By dividing the evolution of North Korea’s international co-productions into three periods since the 1980s, this paper finds that although North Korea has shown mixed results with different aspects of the film value chain, it has generally improved its internationalization over the three periods. This paper further provides strategic directions for North Korea by learning some of the successful Chinese experiences in the film sector regarding collaboration with foreign partners—to foster a win-win situation for all involved parties.

2018 ◽  
Vol 59 (2) ◽  
pp. 61-84
Yunsun Park ◽  
Oh-Sang Kwon ◽  

Rita Cappariello ◽  
Milan Damjanovic ◽  
Michele Mancini ◽  
Filippo Vergara Caffarelli

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