Economics. Global manufacturing and the future of technology.

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SCIENCE sciencemag.org T he global locus of manufacturing has been changing dramatically over the last three decades, driven by industrializing nations, most prominently China. Classical economics suggests that global productivity gains achieved by shifting the location of manufacturing will outweigh the losses ( 1). But shifts in the global locus of… (More)
DOI: 10.1126/science.1250193

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@article{Fuchs2014EconomicsGM, title={Economics. Global manufacturing and the future of technology.}, author={Erica R. H. Fuchs}, journal={Science}, year={2014}, volume={345 6196}, pages={519-20} }