From craft to flexibility : linkages and industrial governance systems in the development of a capital-goods industry in Mendoza, Argentina, 1895-1990
Borello, José Antonio
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This thesis examines the development of a capital goods industry in Mendoza Argentina through an analysis of linkages and industrial governance systems. Linkages are material, informational, and financial flows among firms. Industrial governance systems are the social practices that cement linkages. Hence, linkages are understood as socially embedded and not as market transactions governed solely by price considerations
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