Made in America
ANDERSEN CONSULTING - CEO BRIEFING & 4 CASE HISTORIES
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- Made in America
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Examines the current state of US manufacturing and how we can secure a competitive position in the new global economy. Analyzes a broad spectrum of industries, looking at technology, management, labor, money, trade, and education. Topics to be examined include: history of mass production; declines in the cloth and textile industries, automobiles, computer chips; the still dominate aircraft industry - why is it different?; HDTV and the loss of the consumer electronics industry; wrap-up on the options and solutions for future American business development. Hosted by noted Harvard University political economist, author and commentator, Robert B. Reich. Series release date: 1992
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- APA: Made in America. Boston, MA: WGBH Media Library & Archives. Retrieved from http://openvault.wgbh.org/catalog/V_4D30224E6F9C4DE9AA7E795FA5E9D7F1