Workers and Firms in Global Production Networks – Policy Implications

Project participants and international experts in the field of international trade, GVC and labour market analysis will present their research (for more information see Keynote speakers). The main topics to be discussed during the conference are related to the effects of production fragmentation and value added trade on wages, working conditions, employment, firms’ productivity; all analysed with worker-, firm- and industry-level data.

The conference presents the research conducted during the project “Effects of global production networks on employment, earnings and factor allocation in the presence of workers, firms and tasks heterogeneity”, funded by the National Science Centre, Poland (Narodowe Centrum Nauki, NCN), grant agreement DEC-2015/19/B/HS4/02884). Project website:

Conference is organized by the Faculty of Management and Economics,  Gdansk University of Technology, Poland

Date: 27-28.05.2021

Venue: Conference will be held online.

Participation: The conference is open.

Organization Committee: Dagmara Nikulin - head of organization committee, Joanna Wolszczak-Derlacz, Piotr Paradowski, Aleksandra Parteka, Sabina Szymczak

Contact: For further questions please contact:

For download: Call for papers