Capital, Technology, and Labor in the New Global Economy

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CAPITAL TECHNOLOGY, and LABOR in the NEW GLOBAL ECONOMY

James H. Cassingand Steven L. Husted, editors

AMERICAN ENTERPRISE INSTITUTE FOR PUBLIC POLICY RESEARCH

WASHINGTON, D.C.

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Acknowledgments xi
  • Foreword xiii
  • Introduction xvii
  • Part One The Ongoing Revolution in American Banking 1
  • The Ongoing Revolution in American Banking 3
  • Appendix 51
  • Steven L. Husted 91
  • James H. Cassing 93
  • Burns's Reply to Comments by Husted 97
  • Part Two Technological Change and Its International Diffusion 101
  • The Relationship of Science to Technology 103
  • Notes 113
  • Nam Pyo Suh 114
  • William E. Souder 117
  • William E. Souder 119
  • Branscomb's Response to Discussants 120
  • Part Three Changes in International Marketing Techniques 125
  • On the Trend to Globalization 127
  • Conclusion 134
  • C. Whan Park 136
  • Toni Carbo Bearman 138
  • Kobayashi's Response to Park 142
  • Part Four Global Interdependence and International Migration 147
  • Global Interdependence and International Migration 149
  • Notes 179
  • John T. Dunlop 184
  • Notes 187
  • Joseph Eaton 187
  • Note 191
  • Discussion 192
  • Index 197
  • A Note on the Book 207
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