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Beyond Mass Production: The Japanese System And Its Transfer To The United States

X. Martin, W. Mitchell, A. Swaminathan
Published 1994 · Business

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The article reviews the book “Beyond Mass Production: The Japanese System and Its Transfer to the United States,” by Martin Kenney and Richard Florida.



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