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Regional paths of development
(Annual review of sociology. Vol. 18, 1992-12-01)
Five broad theoretical perspectives frame much of the literature on regional paths of development: neoclassical economics, world-systems/dependency theories, the developmental state, institutional analysis, and Marxism. ...
The Organization of Buyer-Driven Global Commodity Chains: How U.S. Retailers Shape Overseas Production Networks.
(Commodity Chains and Global Capitalism, 1994)
The International Economy and Economic Development.
(The Handbook of Economic Sociology, 1994)
The Globalization of Taiwan’s Garment Industry
(Global Production, 1994)
Global Commodity Chains: New Forms of Coordination and Control Among Nations and Firms in International Industries.
(Competition & Change, 1996-05)
Commodity chains and footwear exports in the semiperiphery
(Semiperipheral States in the World-Economy, 1990)
Contending Paradigms for Cross-Regional Comparison: Development Strategies and Commodity Chains in East Asia and Latin America
(Latin America in Comparative Perspective: New Approaches to Methods and Analysis, 1995)
Power and Profits in the Apparel Commodity Chain
(Global Production: The Apparel Industry in the Pacific Rim, 1994)
Global Production Systems and Third World Development.
(Global Change, Regional Response: The New International Context of Development, 1995)
U.S. Companies Eye NAFTA’s Prize