This was pretty interesting, particularly the main argument that a decline in low skilled manufacturing has started to hollow out higher skilled manufacturing and by extension the 'community of experts' associated with them(ie engineers, designers etc)
This is good common sense economic policy and American Affairs deserves a lot of credit for pushing it into the mainstream.
America’s edge in high-tech innovation is precarious. To maintain it, we need an industrial policy to keep advanced manufacturing know-how in the U.S.
Essay: America’s edge in high-tech innovation is precarious. To maintain it, we need an industrial policy to keep advanced manufacturing know-how in the U.S.
America’s Edge in High-Tech Innovation is in Jeopardy -- Time for a 21st Century National Industrial Policy: via
If you have time for only one WSJ story today (other than the obits), read this via
Innovation Should Be Made in the U.S.A. via
America’s edge in #high-tech #innovation is precarious. To maintain it, we need an industrial policy to keep advanced manufacturing know-how in the U.S. via
America’s edge in high-tech innovation is precarious. To maintain it, we need an industrial policy to keep advanced manufacturing know-how in the U.S. via
America’s edge in high-tech innovation is precarious. To maintain it, we need an industrial policy to keep advanced manufacturing know-how in the U.S. via
Re "Since the turn of the millennium, the offshoring trend has accelerated" (Note: since the turn of the millennium, twice as many foreign dollars have been invested in U.S. manufacturing as vice-versa)
America’s edge in high-tech innovation is precarious. To maintain it, we need an industrial policy to keep advanced manufacturing know-how in the U.S. via
“Once manufacturing departs from a country’s shores, engineering and production know-how leave as well, and innovation ultimately follows.”
A seemingly-endless stream of partial facts, erroneous assumptions and unwarranted conclusions
US funding on R&D as % GDP is at a 60-year low. To promote progress, innovation, how about investing?: —#AI by re: plan —industrial production & tech by 's S Kota & T Mahoney
“Innovation in manufacturing gravitates to where the factories are.” A crucial empirical point that rationalist theorizing missed: You can’t actually separate design from production because in the real world production problems and insights affect design.
Industrial policy 2.0. A good idea? via
"Once manufacturing departs from a country’s shores, engineering and production know-how leave as well, and innovation ultimately follows. It’s become increasingly clear that 'manufacture there' now also means 'innovate there.'" via
Make American Manufacturing Great Again: Our edge in high-tech innovation is precarious. To maintain it, we need an industrial policy to keep advanced manufacturing know-how in the U.S. via