Late Globalization and Evolution, Episodes and Epochs of Industries

Romeo V. Turcan, Behnam Boujarzadeh, Nikhilesh Dholakia

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While the empirical focus of this paper is the Danish Textile and Fashion Industry (DTFI) – specifically the episodes and epochs in the emergence and evolution of DTFI, in essence the micro and macro time-slices – the theoretical intent is wider. We aim to explore the conceptual terrain of what we term “late globalization”, a terrain that has temporal and spatial aspects along with many other dimensions. DTFI as a late globalizer with its specific pattern, with ups and downs as well as innovations and adaptations, provides a specific window into late globalization processes; and sets a stage for further exploration of the late globalization phenomenon. To get to the empirical case study, we follow a macro-conceptual to a micro-empirical path. We discuss the multidisciplinary and multifaceted field of late globalization and employing the historic-analytic approach to study DTFI we draw out very specific, empirically derived, conceptual themes about the patterns of global interactions that characterized the evolutionary trajectory of DTFI. We return to a final macro-conceptual section on late globalization where the particular DTFI case study advances the knowledge register only slightly; and we end with some suggested future research directions for late globalization.
Publikationsdatojun. 2017
Antal sider29
StatusUdgivet - jun. 2017
BegivenhedDRUID - NYU Stern School of Business, New York, New York, USA
Varighed: 12 jun. 201714 jun. 2017


LokationNYU Stern School of Business, New York
ByNew York

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