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American Technology and the British Vehicle Industry

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Blue cloth hard covers with gilt titles on the spine. Dust jacket has slight discolouration around the edges of the front. Text pages have some tanning around the edges. This book examines the links between production techniques and production institutions and how they influence the process of technical change. The study specifically looks at the history of the British motor vehicle industry, its development from craft production, and the roots of the problems it was experiencing when this book was written in 1987. The study emphasises the importance of the institutional context of the production process, including the labour contract, authority patterns, managerial structures, labour organisations, political ideology etc. for understanding the process of technical change.

Item details

Added value:
First edition
Author(s):
Lewchuk, Wayne
Condition:
Used: very good
Edition:
1987
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
0521302692
ISBN-13:
0521302692
Number of pages:
304
Publisher:
Cambridge University Press

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Blue cloth hard covers with gilt titles on the spine. Dust jacket has slight discolouration around the edges of the front. Text pages have some tanning around the edges. This book examines the links between production techniques and production institutions and how they influence the process of technical change. The study specifically looks at the history of the British motor vehicle industry, its development from craft production, and the roots of the problems it was experiencing when this book was written in 1987. The study emphasises the importance of the institutional context of the production process, including the labour contract, authority patterns, managerial structures, labour organisations, political ideology etc. for understanding the process of technical change.

Added value:
First edition
Author(s):
Lewchuk, Wayne
Condition:
Used: very good
Edition:
1987
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
0521302692
ISBN-13:
0521302692
Number of pages:
304
Publisher:
Cambridge University Press

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