author={D. Hugh Whittaker and Timothy J. Sturgeon and Toshie Okita and Tianbiao Zhu},
  journal={Compressed Development},
Chapter 3 introduces a second dyadic pair of era influences: organizations and technology. Building on Bodrožić and Adler’s ‘The Evolution of Management Models: A Neo- Schumpeterian Theory’ (2017), the chapter traces the evolution of technology and business models over time, along with their spatial organization. The interplay between organizations and technology has profoundly influenced how developing countries have become integrated into the global economy since the late 1980s. The Fordist… 
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