The State Of Manufacturing In Ohio And U.S.
The pandemic has raised the critical question of why the U.S. can’t make so much of the stuff we need and has highlighted how global shifts in manufacturing have made us dependent on imports for everyday items.
Manufacturing in the U.S. hasn’t completely disappeared, but the productivity of the post-World War II is gone. The question is, is there a way back?
Coming up, the current state of manufacturing in the U.S. and a focus on Ohio.
- Willy Shih, Robert & Jane Cizik Professor of Management Practice at the Harvard Business School
- Sara Tracey managing director at the Ohio Manufacturing Association’s Workforce Services
- Doug Buchanan, editor in chief of Columbus Business First
- Harvard Business Review: Bringing Manufacturing Back to the U.S. Is Easier Said Than Done
- Next Gov: The Bill That Could Truly, Actually Bring Back U.S. Manufacturing
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