Book Review Knorringar, Peter (1995). Economics of Col- embedded?; Second, How is the actual bargaining laboration in Producer-Trader Relations: conducted, and which enterprise characteristics Transaction Regimes Between Market and enable the small-scale entrepreneurs to enforce the Hierarchy in the Agra Footwear Cluster, India. most favorable conditions from buyers of lending Amsterdam: Vrije Universiteit. ISBN: 90- firms?; Third, To what extent do distinct cate- 9008155-0. gories of entrepreneurs satisfy their respective objectives?; and finally, To what extent are The objective of this book under review is to employment relations in small-scale manufac- unravel the complexity of producer-trader relations turing enterprises a result of prevailing transaction in a small-scale sector or a developing economy. conditions? Unfortunately, the author employs a complex As is clear from the research questions, the theoretical structure that partially obscures the study seeks to explain relations between entre- points he is trying to make. The book is about one preneurs of small-scale manufacturing units and small sector of the Indian economy. The sector is their respective buyers. The central hypothesis is the footwear cluster in Agra, a medieval town that rational entrepreneurs of small-scale manu- nearly four hours drive south from Delhi, the facturing units strive for
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