This book addresses two questions. One, how do the managerial and organizational practices of new, state-of-the-art manufacturing plants contribute to competitive advantage and two, how do firm-level competitive advantage help to define regional advantage. It examines these issues through original case studies of management practices in a sample of 48 Japanese and domestic startup factories in the United States. The field research findings are backed by the analysis of a national data on new manufacturing plants.
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