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Auto Pact: Creating a Borderless North American Auto Industry, 1960-1971

Dimitry Anastakis - Business & Economics - 2005 - 285 pages
The 1965 Canada-United States Automotive Trade agreement fundamentally reshaped relations between the automotive business and the state in both countries and represented a ...
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General Motors and the Nazis: The Struggle for Control of Opel, Europe's ...

Henry Ashby Turner - Business & Economics - 2005 - 200 pages
This book, the first ever based on unrestricted access to General Motors’ internal records, documents the giant American corporation’s dealings with the Third Reich. GM ...
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In the Rings of Saturn

Joe Sherman - Transportation - 1993 - 352 pages
In this compelling, readable narrative, Joe Sherman explores virtually every aspect of the Saturn project, America's biggest and most publicized industrial success of the last ...
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Between Imitation and Innovation: The Transfer and Hybridization of ...

Robert Boyer, Elsie Charron, Ulrich Jurgens, Steven Tolliday - Business & Economics - 1998 - 414 pages
Recent years have seen intense debates among management and academics on the rise of `lean production' and `Japanization'. Some authors have stressed the `universal' impact of ...
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The British Motor Industry, 1945-94: A Case Study in Industrial Decline

Timothy Whisler - Business & Economics - 1999 - 440 pages
A fascinating and well-researched look at the British motor industry which will appeal to both academic readers and practitioners alike. Why are there now no major car ...
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On the Line at Subaru-Isuzu: The Japanese Model and the American Worker

Laurie Graham - Business & Economics - 1995 - 169 pages
Examines American auto workers' performance and attitudes in Indiana's non-union Subaru-Isuzu plant, which employs Japanese management techniques.
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