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The Era of Mobilization
PART TWO THE ERA OF MANAGEMENT 19201970
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adapt adjustment administration American American economy antitrust assets automobiles basic oxygen furnaces become benefits Britain business enterprises citizens companies competition coordination corporate costs decline defense depend economic change economic growth efficient employees engineering example executive federal Federal Trade Commission firms flexible-system production foreign funds Government Printing Office high-volume production human capital Impasse imports increased industrialized nations innovations institutions integrated circuits investment Japan Japanese labor force largest loans machine major managerial manufacturing ment million mobility multinationals organization paper entrepreneurialism percent planning plant policies Political Choice problems production process professional managers profits programs prosperity rules scientific management semiconductor skills social services standardized production steel industry strategies subsidies superstructures of management Sweden Taiwan technologies tion trade U.S. Government Printing U.S. Steel unemployed unemployment unions United very-large-scale integrated wage Wall Street Journal Washington West Germany workers York