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Managing COVID-19: How the pandemic disrupts global value chains

Such a large drop in global production could affect the economy for years to come. Image: Unsplash/Matthew T Rader

Adnan Seric

Research and Industrial Policy Officer, Department of Policy Research and Statistics (PRS) of UNIDO

Holger Görg

Professor of International Economics at the University of Kiel and Head of the Research Area “Global Division of Labour”, Kiel Institute for the World Economy

Saskia Mösle

Member, Research Center International Division of Labor at the Kiel Institute for the World Economy (IfW Kiel)

Michael Windisch

Junior Specialist on Industrial Development , Department of Policy Research and Statistics (PRS) of UNIDO

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