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My book with Neil Coe has just been published by Oxford University PressGlobal Production Networks: Theorizing Economic Development  in an Interconnected World, Neil Coe and Henry Yeung.

April 2015 | 288 pages | 978-0-19-870391-4

paperback | £19.99 £13.99

April 2015 | 288 pages | 978-0-19-870390-7

hardback | £55.00 £38.50

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Henry YeungCo-Director, the new GPN@NUS Centre 
Professor of Economic Geography, Department of Geography, National University of Singapore Tel: +65-65166810; Homepage and Google Scholar
Director, JY Pillay Comparative Asia Research Centre@NUS Global Asia Institute

New book with Oxford University Press: Global Production Networks: Theorizing Economic Development  in an Interconnected WorldNeil Coe and Henry Yeung, published in April 2015
* New papers just published  free downloads! 
Toward a dynamic theory of global production networks, Economic Geography, 2015, Vol.91(1), pp.29-58.
Regional development in the global economy: a dynamic perspective of strategic coupling in global production networks, Regional Science: Policy & Practice, 2015, Vol.7(1), pp.1-23.
* Co-editor of Economic Geography 5-Yr CIF 5.58 (2/76 in Geography) and Environment and Planning A 5-Yr CIF 2.49 (12/76 in Geography)

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