Davin Chor

Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth College

Davin Chor is an Associate Professor and Globalization Chair at the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth College. He received his AB, AM, and PhD from Harvard University, and was previously Associate Professor at the National University of Singapore and Visiting Assistant Professor at Princeton University. His research interests are in international trade, political economy, and economic history. His research has been published in leading academic journals.

Davin Chor, Kalina Manova, Zhihong Yu

Growing like China: Firm performance and global production line position

Global value chains have fundamentally transformed international trade and development in recent decades. We use matched firm-level customs and manufacturing survey data, together with Input-Output tables for China, to examine how Chinese firms position themselves in global production lines and how ...

Laura Alfaro, Pol Antràs, Davin Chor, Paola Conconi

Internalizing Global Value Chains: A Firm-Level Analysis

A key decision facing firms is the extent of control to exert over the different stages in their production processes. We develop and test a property rights model of firm boundary choices along the value chain. We construct firm-level measures of the upstreamness of integrated and nonintegrated inpu...

Davin Chor

Modeling global value chains: approaches and insights from economics

In recent years, the emergence of global value chains in how firms organize their production strategies has drawn the attention of economists, particularly those in the field of international trade. This has spawned a growing body of applied theoretical work to capture the fragmentation of productio...

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