Andrew Guinn

Andrew Guinn is a doctoral student in the Department of City and Regional Planning at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, where he studies economic development. He holds a B.A. in International Studies and Spanish from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and a Masters in City and Regional Planning from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Andrew has been a member of the CGGC team since 2012, during which time he has conducted research on manufacturing, agricultural and utilities value chains in North America, South America, Africa and the Middle East. His research interests include the connections between global economic processes and local labor markets, and his current work focuses heavily on economic and social development in Brazil.

Content by Andrew Guinn
  • Publication - Project Report

    Maize value chains in East Africa

    11 May 2017 | Jack Daly, Gary Gereffi, Andrew Guinn

  • Publication - Policy Brief

    Maize value chains in East Africa

    23 Mar 2017 | Jack Daly, Gary Gereffi, Andrew Guinn

  • Project

    Regional value chains in East Africa

    Since the mid-1990's, many East African countries have enjoyed relatively high economic growth rates and made substantial progress in poverty reduction. Nevertheless, firm productivity remains low across sectors, and the region remains highly dependent upon foreign aid as a source of foreign exchange. Trade flows remain low in East Africa relative to other world regions,...

    28 May 2015 | Gary Gereffi, Andrew Guinn, Ajmal Abdulsamad, Jack Daly