Strategic coupling and regional resilience in times of uncertainty: the industrial chain chief model in Zhejiang, China
Robert Hassink and
PEGIS from Institute for Economic Geography and GIScience, Department of Socioeconomics, Vienna University of Economics and Business
The question of how regions can remain competitive and resilient in times of uncertainty is a central concern for economic geographers. To date, two key conceptsâ€” strategic coupling and regional economic resilienceâ€”have been used separately to study regional economic dynamics in times of uncertainty. Through a careful examination of the industrial chain chief model in Zhejiang Province, this paper argues that both concepts are essential and should be combined in a coherent manner to better explore the topic of interest. Moreover, it is pointed out that the existing conceptualization of the two concepts suffers from some limitations and a reconceptualization of the two key concepts is needed if economic geographers are to make policy recommendations to local policy-makers.
Keywords: Regional resilience; strategic coupling; Zhejiang, China; value chains; policy (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Pages: 28 pages
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