Engines Of Growth: Manufacturing Industries In The U.S. Economy
This study assesses the widely-held belief that manufacturing industries are uniquely important to the process of national economic growth. The study’s related purpose is to describe structural changes in the U.S. manufacturing sector and the organization of U.S. manufacturing firms that are helping to determine the pace of economic growth and the creation of economic opportunity. Taken together, these changes comprise the new face of American manufacturing.
|Date of creation:||04 Apr 1996|
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|Note:||Type of Document - MSWord; prepared on IBM PC; to print on HP LaserJet IV; pages: 64 ; figures: included. Hard copy available.|
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