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Learning to Change: Opportunities to Improve the Performance of Smaller Manufacturers Feller, I. 1992. Lessons from the American Experience with Technology Utilization and Technical Assistance Programs for Small and Medium-Sized Manufacturing Firms. Paper based on statement by Dr. Feller in his testimony to the U.S. House of Representatives, Committee on Science, Space, and Technology, Subcommittee on Technology and Competitiveness, Hearings on U.S. Manufacturing Capabilities, February 27. Feller, I. 1987. Technology Transfer, Public Policy, and the Cooperative Extension Service-OMB Imbroglio. Journal of Policy Analysis and Management 6(3):307–327. Feller, I., P. Madden, L. Kaltreider, D. Moore, and L. Sims. 1987. The New Agricultural Research and Technology Transfer Policy Agenda. Research Policy 16:315–325. Fogarty, M. S., and Jar-Chi Lee. 1992. Manufacturing Industry Clusters as a Logical Way to Structure Technology Deployment. Center for Regional Economic Issues Program Paper Series. February 27. Cleveland: Case Western Reserve University. Giancola, D. J. 1991. Heat in Ohio: The Difficult Birth of an American Network. Entrepreneurial Economy Review 9(Spring): 19–23. Glasmeier, A. K. 1992. Plenary session comments from the 1992 Appalachian Regional Commission annual conference. Enhancing Manufacturing Competitiveness: Strategies for Appalachia in the 90s. Baltimore, Maryland. (November): 11–13. Hatch, C. R. 1991. The Ties That Bind: Networks and the Making of Denmark's Competitive Edge. Entrepreneurial Economy Review 9(Spring): 13–18. Industrial Technology Institute. 1992. What Detroiters Need to Know to Participate in the New Manufacturing Economy. Prepared for the Joyce Foundation by ITI in conjunction with Detroit Public Schools and Wayne County Community College.
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Learning to Change: Opportunities to Improve the Performance of Smaller Manufacturers Industrial Technology Institute. 1991. Manufacturing Extension and Technology Transfer: An Analysis of Program Practices, Impacts, and Policy Issues. Submitted to NDMTP Task Force by Industrial Technology Institute, Ann Arbor, in support of Subgroup on Technology Transfer and Manufacturing Extension Services . Industrial Technology Institute. 1989. TechnEcon 1(Fall):1–13. Luria, D., R. J. Cole, and A. Baum, with E. Wiarda, C. Treado, and Mr. Grueber. 1992. When Industrial Policy Arrives: The Allocation of Manufacturing Extension. December 22. Ann Arbor: Industrial Technology Institute. MacNabb, R. R. 1993. Manufacturing Technologies in U.S. Industry: A MAPI Survey on the Use of Advanced Technologies and R&D in Manufacturing. February. Washington, D.C.: Manufacturers' Alliance for Productivity and Innovation. McKenna, J. F. 1993. Youth's Got a Friend in Pennsylvania. Industry Week (February 1): 16–20. McMillion, C. W. 1992. Manufacturing in America: A Quantitative View. A Report for the U.S. Competitiveness Policy Council, Washington, D.C. MDC, Inc. 1992. Greater Expectations: The South's Workforce is the South's Future. Report of MDC, Inc. and its Advisory Panel on Southern Workforce Development. Chapel Hill, N.C.: MDC, Inc. Mishel, L., and R. A. Teixeira. 1991. The Myth of the Coming Labor Shortage: Jobs, Skills, and Incomes of America's Workforce 2000. Economic Policy Institute, Washington, D.C. National Academy of Engineering. 1993. Mastering a New Role: Shaping Technology Policy for National Economic Performance. Series on Prospering in a Global Economy. Washington, D.C.: National Academy Press. National Academy of Engineering. 1992. Time Horizons and Technology Investments. Committee on Time Horizons and Technology Investment. Washington, D.C.: National Academy Press.
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Learning to Change: Opportunities to Improve the Performance of Smaller Manufacturers Ross, D. 1991. The Politics of Network Policy. Entrepreneurial Economy Review 9(Spring):33–34. Ruxton, W. E. 1991. Talking Networking: an interview with William E. Ruxton. Entrepreneurial Economy Review 9(Spring):24–27. Sabel, C. F. 1989. Flexible Specialisation and the Re-emergence of Regional Economies. Pp. 17–70 in Reversing Industrial Decline? Industrial Structure and Policy in Britain and Her Competitors , P. Hirst and J. Zeitlin, eds. New York: St. Martin's Press. Shapira, P., J. D. Roessner, and R. Barke. 1992. Federal-State Collaboration in Industrial Modernization. July. Atlanta: Georgia Institute of Technology. Simons, G. R. 1992. The Federal Manufacturing Technology Center Program: What Works and What Doesn't. Suri, R., J. L. Sanders, P. C. Rao, and A. Mody. 1993. Impact of Manufacturing Practices on the Global Bicycle Industry. Manufacturing Review 6(March): 14–24. Tornatzky, L. G., and D. Luria. 1991. Technology Policies and Programs in Manufacturing: Toward Coherence and Impact. In Strengthening Corporate and National Competitiveness Through Technology, B. Gold, ed., special issue of Journal of Technology Management. In press. U.S. Department of Commerce. 1992. Overcoming the Competitive Barriers Facing Smaller Manufacturers: An Analysis of the Need for the Manufacturing Excellence Partnership. Gaithersburg, Md.: Technology Administration, National Institute of Standards and Technology. Photocopy. U.S. Department of Defense. 1992. Adjusting to the Drawdown: Report of the Defense Conversion Commission. Washington, D.C. U.S. Department of Energy. 1993. DOE Program Solicitation for Small Business Innovation Research. Office of Energy Research. March. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Department of Energy.
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Learning to Change: Opportunities to Improve the Performance of Smaller Manufacturers U.S. Department of Energy. 1992. DOE New Technology. Office of Scientific and Technical Information. January. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Department of Energy. U.S. Department of Energy. 1992. Program Solicitation for Small Business Innovation Research. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Department of Energy. Wall Street Journal. April 13, 1993. We Need to Measure, Not Count. Wall Street Journal. March 29, 1993. Marketing and Media: Glenn Jones to Offer Cable TV Network on Computer Science. Wall Street Journal. March 22, 1993. U.S. firms Are Seen Taking Wrong Steps on the Global Road—Study of 43 Companies Uncovers Few Ties Between Changes and International Success. Wall Street Journal. March 19, 1993. Job Retraining Linked Closely to Employers Works in Cincinnati: Students Get a Fresh Start, Firms Get Technicians Who Are Clearly Eager. Wall Street Journal. March 18, 1993. Firm Finds Ways to Grow Without Expanding Staffs. Wall Street Journal. March 18, 1993. The False Promise of Defense Conversion. Wall Street Journal. March 17, 1993. White-collar Blues: Like Factory Workers, Professionals Face Loss of Jobs to Foreigners. Wall Street Journal. March 16, 1993. Price of Progress: 'Re-engineering' Gives Firms New Efficiency, Workers the Pink Slip. Wall Street Journal. March 11, 1993. Firms Use Contract Labor and Temps to Cut Costs and Increase Flexibility.
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