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Revitalizing American Industry: Lessons From Our Competitors

Revitalizing American Industry: Lessons From Our Competitors

Edited by Milton Hochmuth with William Davidson

Ballinger, 1985, 440 pp.

Chapters on countries and on industries combine to make this volume, which stems from a colloquium at the Dartmouth business school, a useful contribution to what is by now a familiar subject. There are particularly good papers by Bernard Cazes on France, Milton Hochmuth on the aerospace industry and Raymond Vernon on why the problems that are dealt with here are more complex than is apparent to those who favor the more obvious explanations.