Suzanne Berger, co-chair of MIT’s Production in the Innovation Economy project, reports on MIT’s research and analysis of US manufacturing. She stresses manufacturing’s vital importance in maintaining the US as a global innovation leader. Her wise recommendations center on revitalizing US manufacturing and aligning it with future technologies. getAbstract recommends her cogent historical overview, practical solutions and insights about the future to investors, entrepreneurs, business owners, start-ups, innovators and anyone in manufacturing.
In this summary, you will learn
- Why US manufacturing is in steep decline,
- How manufacturing affects innovation and vice versa,
- What the current state of the US industrial ecosystem is, and
- How to improve and revitalize manufacturing.
About the Author
Suzanne Berger is the Raphael Dorman-Helen Starbuck Professor of Political Science at MIT and co-chair of MIT’s Production in the Innovation Economy project.
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4 years agoInteresting. Growth in the US is too much based on consumption. We need to get back to production growth. The opposite is true for China.
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