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Witt , Gordon Redding. Much of the existing literature within the "varieties of capitalism" VOC and "comparative business systems" fields of research is heavily focused on Europe, Japan, and the Anglo-Saxon nations.
As a result, the field has yet to produce a detailed empirical picture of the institutional structures of most Asian nations and to explore to what extent existing theory applies to the Asian context. The Oxford Handbook of Asian Business Systems aims to address this imbalance by exploring the shape and consequences of institutional variations across the political economies of different societies within Asia. Write a review.
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This is particularly true when our focus shifts to small and medium-sized firms SMEs. Section 3 analyzes interactions between production in developed and developing regions, together with the evolution of SME strategies in high-wage regions in response to the resulting challenges and opportunities. The concluding section considers the implications of these developments for power and inequality in global supply chains.