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Forcing the Factory of the Future: Cybernation and Societal Institutions Hardcover – 26 Jun 1997


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This book is a comparative study of computerised automation in the metalworking industry in Britain, Italy, Japan and the USA. Analysing technological, political and social developments, it offers first-hand fieldwork data on organisational differences, together with a conceptual distinction between Taylorism and Fordism.

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