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タイトル: How did the crisis affect small and medium-sized enterprises? -- from a field study of the metal-working industry in Java
著者: Sato, Yuri
佐藤, 百合
キーワード: Indonesia
Small and medium-scale enterprises
Metal industry
Economic crisis
Issue Date: Dec-2000
出版者: Institute of Developing Economies, JETRO
引用: The Developing Economies 38.4 (2000.12): 572-595
抄録: This paper focuses on the impact of Indonesia's economic crisis on small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs). It shows how the performance of SMEs during the crisis varied widely even in the same industrial subsector, and found that the factors most affecting performance have been market orientation and the linkages that the SMEs have formed with the buyers of their products. Well-performing SMEs were found to have utilized putting-out linkages with wholesalers which enabled them to switch to products having better markets. On the other hand, the SMEs which had subcontracting linkages with assemblers or contracting linkages with user-factories (with the exception of SMEs having export-oriented linkages) suffered badly in the crisis because of specificity of products with little room for switching. The paper also found that exposure to debt due to borrowing for investment has been another factor affecting performance, but that enterprise size has had no linear correlation with performance.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2344/114
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