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Author Wang, Jinmin,
Title Institutional change and the development of industrial clusters in China : case studies from the textile and clothing industry / Jinmin Wang.
Imprint Singapore ; Hackensack, N.J. : World Scientific Publishing Co., 2014.
2014

Author Wang, Jinmin,
Series Series on economic development and growth ; v. 8
Series on economic development and growth ; v. 8.
Subject Industrial clusters -- China -- Case studies.
Textile industry -- China -- Case studies.
Clothing trade -- China -- Case studies.
Organizational change -- China -- Case studies.
Alt Name World Scientific (Firm)
Description 1 online resource (xxi, 185 pages) : illustrations.
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references (pages 159-178) and index.
Contents 1. Introduction. 1.1. The development of private economy in China's post-reform. 1.2. The emergence of industrial clusters in China. 1.3. Institutional change and the development of industrial clusters. 1.4. State, institutional change and economic development. 1.5. Plan of the book -- 2. Institutions, industrial clusters and regional development. 2.1. Introduction. 2.2. Concepts and types of industrial clusters. 2.3. Competitive advantage and industrial clusters. 2.4. Institutional change and the development of industrial Clusters. 2.5. Conclusion -- 3. Global institutional change and the development of textile and clothing clusters in China. 3.1. Introduction. 3.2. The development of the textile and clothing industry in China. 3.3. The evolution of global textile and clothing trade regime. 3.4. The impacts of global institutional change on the textile and clothing clusters in China. 3.5. Conclusion -- 4. Institutional change and the development of industrial clusters in Zhejiang Province. 4.1. Introduction. 4.2. The development of industrial clusters in Zhejiang Province. 4.3. Informal institutions and the development of industrial cluster in Zhejiang Province. 4.4. Institutional innovation of the local government. 4.5. Conclusion -- 5. The Ningbo clothing cluster. 5.1. Introduction. 5.2. The formation and development of Ningbo clothing cluster. 5.3. Informal institutions and cluster development. 5.4. Formal institutions and cluster development. 5.5. The internationalization of Ningbo clothing cluster. 5.6. Conclusion -- 6. Shaoxing textile cluster. 6.1. Introduction. 6.2. The informal institutional change and the development of Shaoxing textile cluster. 6.3. The formal institutional change and the development of Shaoxing textile cluster. 6.4. Ownership change of China Textile City and the development of Shaoxing textile cluster. 6.5. Conclusion -- 7. Yiwu socks cluster. 7.1. Introduction. 7.2. Informal institutions and the development of Yiwu socks cluster. 7.3. The local government, commodity trading market and the development of Yiwu socks cluster. 7.4. Yiwu model and its implications for regional development in China and south-south cooperation. 7.5. Conclusions -- 8. Conclusions. 8.1. The unique institutional factors leading to the rapid development of textile and clothing clusters in rural China. 8.2. Institutional change through co-evolution between the public and private sectors in economic transition under the deepening globalization.
Summary The book mainly uses the New Institutional Economics Approach (NIE) to examine the formation and development of industrial clusters in China through multiple case studies of textile and clothing clusters in the Zhejiang Province. The micro case studies illustrate the interaction between institutional change and the industrial development of China in transition. It also attempts to fill the information gap through an analysis of the typical institutional factors leading to the development and upgrading of industrial clusters, and provides a better understanding of the changing nature of the public-private interface in the process of cluster development in China.
ISBN 9789814289054 (electronic bk.)
9814289051 (electronic bk.)
9814289051
9789814289047
OCLC # 865014083
Additional Format Print version: Wang, Jinmin. Institutional change and the development of industrial clusters in China. New Jersey : World Scientific, [2014] 9789814289047 (DLC) 2013002858 (OCoLC)428027829



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