Manufacturing and American Jobs
This program was part of a Brookings Institution day-long discussion on U.S. economic growth through innovation.
Panelists talked about increasing American manufacturing. Topics included creating new trade agreements, training programs, policy changes… read more
Panelists talked about increasing American manufacturing. Topics included creating new trade agreements, training programs, policy changes to encourage investment, and what can be learned from Germany, which has a policy of encouraging businesses to retain workers. After the discussion, they answered answered questions from the audience.
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Martin Neil Baily Senior Fellow Brookings Institution->Economic Studies
Leo W. Gerard International President United Steelworkers
Elisabeth Jacobs Fellow Brookings Institution->Government Studies
John Surma Chair and CEO U.S. Steel
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