This book gives the findings of a concise study of start-up factories in the United States by Japanese companies. This in-depth look at this increased phemen discusses t only the quality of jobs these factories produce, but it also expands to reveal their keys to success in achieving a strong competitive advantage. Finally, this volume gives the four inter-related strategies ( high performance management strategy, the ecomics of efficient wages, the quality of techlogy plants and regional ecomic development) that make for successful, high performance factories.
Peter B. Doeringer is a professor in the Department of Economics at Boston University. Christine Evans-Klock is from the International Labour Organization based in Geneva Switzerland. David G. Terkla is from the Department of Economics at the University of Massachusetts at Boston.
Christine Evans-Klock, David G. Terkla, Peter B. Doeringer