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This publication was prepared by the Trade and Investment Division of ESCAP. Its principal aim is to fill a perceived gap in policy-related research and understanding of the development of the small and medium-sized enterprise (SME) sector in the Asia-Pacific region, in the context of a rapidly changing and mutating international business environment. To foster growing nati This publication was prepared by the Trade and Investment Division of ESCAP. Its principal aim is to fill a perceived gap in policy-related research and understanding of the development of the small and medium-sized enterprise (SME) sector in the Asia-Pacific region, in the context of a rapidly changing and mutating international business environment. To foster growing national economies, policymakers in virtually all countries are expected to facilitate the entry of new business ventures and to increase the competitiveness of SMEs. SMEs typically account for the vast majority of companies in an economy, create the majority of employment, and are responsible for a substantial number of technical innovations in various sectors. Thus, their growth and survival are critical for sustainable and inclusive socio-economic development under intensified global competition. Although considerable research has already been undertaken in this broad field, many developing countries in Asia and the Pacific lack a comprehensive understanding of the rapidly changing needs of the business sector—a result of the ongoing globalization of production—and how such needs should be taken into account in the design and implementation of effective enabling policy frameworks for SME development.


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This publication was prepared by the Trade and Investment Division of ESCAP. Its principal aim is to fill a perceived gap in policy-related research and understanding of the development of the small and medium-sized enterprise (SME) sector in the Asia-Pacific region, in the context of a rapidly changing and mutating international business environment. To foster growing nati This publication was prepared by the Trade and Investment Division of ESCAP. Its principal aim is to fill a perceived gap in policy-related research and understanding of the development of the small and medium-sized enterprise (SME) sector in the Asia-Pacific region, in the context of a rapidly changing and mutating international business environment. To foster growing national economies, policymakers in virtually all countries are expected to facilitate the entry of new business ventures and to increase the competitiveness of SMEs. SMEs typically account for the vast majority of companies in an economy, create the majority of employment, and are responsible for a substantial number of technical innovations in various sectors. Thus, their growth and survival are critical for sustainable and inclusive socio-economic development under intensified global competition. Although considerable research has already been undertaken in this broad field, many developing countries in Asia and the Pacific lack a comprehensive understanding of the rapidly changing needs of the business sector—a result of the ongoing globalization of production—and how such needs should be taken into account in the design and implementation of effective enabling policy frameworks for SME development.

1 review for Globalization of Production and the Competitiveness of Small and Medium-sized Enterprises in Asia and the Pacific: Trends and Prospects

  1. 5 out of 5

    Bijan

    It's not the best book about SMEs, but it can give you a very good perspective about the characteristics of SMEs in Asia and the Pacific region, in 2000's. It's not the best book about SMEs, but it can give you a very good perspective about the characteristics of SMEs in Asia and the Pacific region, in 2000's.

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