By H. Romijn
An authoritative exam of ways small businesses in constructing nations gather technological power - the information and abilities required to function know-how successfully and to evolve it to neighborhood stipulations. It fills a spot within the validated literature on technological power, which has missed the small-scale quarter despite the $64000 position it performs in employment iteration. the writer develops a technique for a quantitative review of the training approach, utilizing case fabric from the small-scale capital items zone in Pakistan's Punjab Province.
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The Brazilian USIMINAS steel plant, for example, employed approximately 11500 workers, and the two Korean textile companies employed 2500 and 3500 workers, respectively. As detailed in the last column of the table, many of the firms are leaders in their sectors, if not among the largest in the country, in terms of turnover or employment, or both. A few are very large even by international standards, such as the Steel Authority of India and South Korea's Pohang Iron and Steel Company. The former reportedly had an annual sales volume of US$ 3107 m.
18 Many factors operate in the environment of the firm. Among the most important are the general economic climate l9 , the degree of competition and (related to it) market structure20 , the rate of change of the international technological frontier 21 , various government policies aimed at regulating foreign trade 22 and fiscal and monetary parameters23 , and government investments in a supportive science and technology infrastructure through public R&D and technical education of the labour force.
For example, Katz observes that ... many of the(se) new engineering activities tend to be localised in specialised technical departments of medium size and large firms . It is here that domestic technological capabilities actually appear and develop (Katz, 1985:129, emphasis added). As discussed in the previous chapter, however, there are good reasons for doubting the ability of the large-scale sector to solve the 'development problem' (broadly defined as the elimination of widespread poverty) in the developing countries within a decade or so.
Acquisition of Technological Capability in Small Firms in Developing Countries by H. Romijn