U.S. manufacturing creates quality jobs, fuels exports and drives innovation. President Obama has proposed tax reforms to encourage the manufacturing sector while some members of Congress disagree with the specifics. Brookings experts examine manufacturing and how it can contribute to economic growth.
Reuters/Ueslei Marcelino - Youth display the American flag with symbols of multinational brands to protest against the current economic policy, during the Rio+20 United Nations Conference on Sustainable Development in Rio de Janeiro June 21, 2012.
Global Supply Chains: Large Firms Aren’t Stingy
October 30, 2014, Dany Bahar
Dany Bahar examines how global supply chains vary from the home countries of multinational corporations to the countries of their vertically linked foreign affiliates.
U.S. Economic Performance
February 19, 2014, Mark Muro, Kenan Fikri and Scott Andes
Winter 2014, Martin Neil Baily and Barry P. Bosworth
October 4, 2013, Mark Muro, Scott Andes, Kenan Fikri, Martha Ross, Jessica A. Lee, Neil G. Ruiz and Nick Marchio
August 2013, Charles K. Ebinger and Govinda Avasarala
May 28, 2013, Nisha Mistry
April 10, 2013, Darrell M. West
March 2013, Charles K. Ebinger and Govinda Avasarala
Paper | International Productivity Monitor
March 29, 2013, Martin Neil Baily, James M. Manyika and Shalabh Gupta
Paper | Center for Urban Economic Development, University of Illinois at Chicago
February 25, 2013, Howard Wial
January 18, 2013, Bruce Katz and Owen Washburn
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