CitationRondinelli, Dennis A. & Kasarda, John D. (1992). Foreign Trade Potential, Small Enterprise Development and Job Creation in Developing Countries. Small Business Economics, 4(4), 253-65.
AbstractIncreasing American competitiveness in the international economy requires expanding trade with emerging markets, especially in developing countries of Asia, Latin America and Africa. Historically, as developing countries' economies have grown, the capacity for exporting and importing have both expanded. In the future, the capacity for trade in developing countries will depend increasingly on their ability to create sufficient numbers of jobs to absorb their rapidly growing labor forces.
Reference TypeJournal Article
Journal TitleSmall Business Economics
Author(s)Rondinelli, Dennis A.
Kasarda, John D.