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Manufacturing Possibilities examines adjustment dynamics in the steel, automobile, and machinery industries in Germany, the U.S., and Japan since World War II. Using detailed historical and interview based contemporary analysis, the book looks at how national industrial actors in each sector try to compete in global markets.…mehr

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Manufacturing Possibilities examines adjustment dynamics in the steel, automobile, and machinery industries in Germany, the U.S., and Japan since World War II. Using detailed historical and interview based contemporary analysis, the book looks at how national industrial actors in each sector try to compete in global markets.
Autorenporträt
Gary Herrigel is a professor in the Political Science department at the University of Chicago. He received his PhD from MIT in the Program of Science, Technology, and Society and the Political Science Department. He has published widely on topics related to industrial development, regional industrial policy, corporate governance, comparative political economy, social theory, and business and economic history in Germany, the United States, and Japan. In particular he is the author of Industrial Constructions: The Sources of German Industrial Power (Cambridge University Press, 1996) which analyzed regional differentiation and alternative governance forms in German industrialization. Herrigel also co-edited with Jonathan Zeitlin, Americanization and its Limits : Reworking US Technology and Management in Post-war Europe and Japan (Oxford University Press, 2000).