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Productivity gains in manufacturing aren’t just about automation and production workers in Indiana have racked up significant value add for their companies.
A whole new set of analytic tools to help regions nationwide understand capacity for spawning innovation and understand what needs to be nurtured or grown.
The name itself carries with it enormous publicity and a big question - was the deal Indiana made a good one when Carrier decided to negotiate with the State to (partly) stay put?
Dislocated manufacturing workers have a strong and persistent tendency to re-enter manufacturing after unemployment—even after receiving a college degree or certificate.
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Spring 2017 | Volume 92, No. 1
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