Examines the performance of small-scale garment and wood furniture
enterprises in the country, and the contributions they could make to
Indonesia's economic development. Arrangement is in three sections.
The first provides a broad overview which distills essential
characteristics of family businesses in industrial organizations.
The second narrows the study's focus by considering locational and
industry specifics in Jakarta. The third section undertakes a
comparative analysis, and discusses the practical and theoretical
implications of studying systems of enterprises.
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