The Future of Manufacturing report identified a number of factors that will shape the future of competition between countries and companies. Three areas rose to the top as the most critical: human capital and talent development; innovation and technology advancement; and strategic use of public policy emphasizing collaboration between policy-makers and business leaders.
This Manufacturing for Growth series addresses these key competitive factors and comprises of three volumes:
- Volume 1 (Globally Competitive Policy) focuses on 6 countries to define features of an effective national industrial policy.
- Volume 2 (Partnering for Competitiveness) examines case studies of public-private collaboration from around the world.
- Volume 3 (Manufacturing Value Chains Driving Growth) illustrates the value and jobs created by specific industry sectors—aerospace, automotive, and chemicals.
Appendix (Country Policy Comparisons Framework) compares tax, energy, and environmental policy instruments for the six focus countries discussed in Volume 1.
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Strategies for Driving Growth and Employment
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