In This Review

Global Competitiveness: Getting The U.S. Back On Track
Global Competitiveness: Getting The U.S. Back On Track
Edited by Martin K. Starr
Norton, 1988, 338 pp

These papers, prepared for a meeting of the American Assembly, fit a pattern calling for vision and "practical first steps" to keep the United States from "gambling recklessly with its destiny" by falling behind in the international economic competition. There are discussions of macro- and microeconomic policies but the main emphasis is on what management (and to a lesser extent labor) can do.