First published in 1997, this volume examines why small-scale enterprises have performed so well in Indonesia, given that the country’s labour force is expected to expand and urbanise rapidly between 1995 and 2025. It also considers what future contribution small-scale enterprises could make. Peter van Diermen explores the industrial organisation of family businesses, local development in a global context and family businesses in Jakarta in considering the unexpected success of small-scale enterprises and the future contributions they could make.
Table of Contents
Part 1. Industrial Organisation of Family Businesses. 1. Examining a Third World System of Enterprises. 2. Jakarta’s Industry in its Spatial Context. Part 2. Local Development in a Global Context. 3. The Garment industry in Jakarta. 4. The Wood Furniture Industry in Jakarta. Part 3. Family Businesses in Jakarta. 5. Issues of Intra-Firm Relationships in Jakarta. 6. Significance of Inter-Firm Linkages in Jakarta. 7. Global Patterns of Production and Local Employment.