Wrecked : how the American automobile industry destroyed its capacity to compete / Joshua Murray and Michael Schwartz.
Contributor(s): Schwartz, Michael.Material type: BookCall no.: HD9710.U52 M87 2019Publication: New York : Russell Sage Foundation, Description: xv, 255 p. : ill.ISBN: 9780871548207 (pbk. : alk. paper); 0871548208.Subject(s): Automobile industry and trade -- United States | Automobile industry and trade -- Japan | Competition, International
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
Introduction -- The Japanese advantage: Flexible production and innovation -- Innovation and the structure of production in the early U.S. auto industry -- Class conflict and the impetus to abandon flexible production -- The dire consequences of abandoning flexible production -- The Japanese counterfactual: maintaining flexible production -- Conclusion.
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