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The demand for services, however, is likely to be dictated by the locus of corporate ownership: where a plant is externally controlled there is a much greater probability that services will be supplied from outside the region. There has recently been a good deal of interest in the linkages between the small firm sector and large industrial plants, and work by Storey (1982, 1983) has indicated that regional employment growth policies which lay great stress upon fostering the small firm sector disregard the dependence of this sector for its continued survival upon its links with the large industrial plants, and with the public sector.
Presumably we could write ‘plant’ for ‘firm’ since later he presents interesting maps of interplant linkages among the various United Kingdom units of Chrysler. One wonders, too, why service (information) inputs from other manufacturers are included, but not those from the tertiary (services) sector, inherently a more likely source of such inputs. g. Huggett & Meyer, 1981; Jarrett, 1977), many others take a wider perspective, so the Dictionary of Human Geography (Johnston, 1981) considers that ‘as far as industrial geography is concerned “backward linkages” involve all other firms which provide it [the manufacturing company], its goods and services’ and ‘forward linkages’ as ‘involving all of its customers’.