Remaking Europe- the new manufacturing as an engine for growth
Reinhilde Veugelers (),
Dalia Marin (),
Georg Zachmann (),
J. Scott Marcus,
Carlo Altomonte (),
Maciej Bukowski and
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Manufacturing once provided Europe with many jobs that did not require high skills. The idea that such jobs can be revived is a central issue for many politicians and is behind the demand that products should be ‘made in’ the countries that consume them. But such rhetoric has as its reference point an old version of manufacturing, which has been supplanted by complex value chains and is highly automated and...
Date: Written 2017-09 Originally published 2017-09.
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