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Manufacturing operations in Europe: where do we go next?

Author: De Meyer, Arnoud INSEAD Area: Technology and Operations ManagementIn: European Management Journal, vol. 16, no. 3, June 1998 Language: EnglishDescription: p. 262-271.Type of document: INSEAD ArticleNote: Please ask us for this itemAbstract: This paper starts from the premise that there will be no future for Europe without manufacturing. I do not argue that manufacturing will be a large provider of jobs, but its spillover effects into service and information based industries will be considerable. In the same way agriculture has become a minor part of the GDP of Europe, but is the source of an agri and agro-industry which creates perhaps up to 40 % of Europe's domestic product, manufacturing's direct impact to value creation may shrink but it will become the drivng force for the growth of service and information providers. But what kind of manufacturing?
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This paper starts from the premise that there will be no future for Europe without manufacturing. I do not argue that manufacturing will be a large provider of jobs, but its spillover effects into service and information based industries will be considerable. In the same way agriculture has become a minor part of the GDP of Europe, but is the source of an agri and agro-industry which creates perhaps up to 40 % of Europe's domestic product, manufacturing's direct impact to value creation may shrink but it will become the drivng force for the growth of service and information providers. But what kind of manufacturing?

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